Leader of opposition movement tops national trust ranking - poll
Szymon Hołownia, a former presidential candidate and the leader of Polska 2050, is Poland's most trusted politician, ahead of the prime minister and the president, a new poll has found.
Hołownia pulled in 51 percent support when it came to trust, with only 23 percent not trusting him, according to the CBOS survey.
In comparison to a previous poll carried out in January, the percentage of his supporters increased by 1 percentage point, while the proportion of Poles who did not trust him went up by 2 percentage points (pps).
President Andrzej Duda came second in the ranking with 47 percent trusting him, down by 2 pps, while 41 percent did not trust him, up by 3 pps.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was third with 42 percent trusting in him, down 2 pps, while 45 percent did not do so, up by 2 pps.
Jarosław Kaczyński, a deputy prime minister and leader of the ruling Law and Justice party, was the most mistrusted politician, with 58 percent giving him the thumbs down, and 30 percent trusting him.
CBOS conducted the survey on February 1-11 on a sample of 1,179 people, using the CAPI, CATI and CAWI methods.