PM, president top confidence poll

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki topped the most recent IBRIS confidence poll with 41.3 percent of respondents declaring trust in him, barely edging out runner-up President Andrzej Duda, who received 41 percent support.

Distrust in Morawiecki and Duda was declared by 51.2 percent and 47.7 percent of those polled, respectively.

Third in the confidence ranking was Szymon Holownia, leader of the Polska 2050 movement, with 36.1 percent of the pollees declaring trust and 39.7 percent distrust of him.

Placing fourth was Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski, who was trusted by 35.9 percent of those surveyed. In contrast, 46.3 percent of respondents said they had no confidence in the head of Poland's capital city.

Most distrusted was Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party with 73.8 percent declaring distrust, followed by Krzysztof Bosak, MP of the far-right Confederation, who was distrusted by 56.7 percent.

IBRIS ran the poll from November 13-14 on a random sample of 1,100 adult Poles.