Poland's president tops trust ranking poll

President Andrzej Duda continues to be the country’s most trusted politician, ahead of the prime minister and the leader of the grassroots movement Poland 2050, a new poll has found.

In early June, 55 percent of Poles trusted Duda (down by 3 percentage points from May), while at the same time 32 percent of Poles distrusted him (up by 3 percentage points), according to the CBOS survey published on Monday.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki placed second. In all, 44 percent of those polled said they trusted him (down by 2 percentage points), and 45 percent voiced their distrust in the head of the government (up by 5 percentage points).

Szymon Holownia, a former TV star and the leader of Polska 2050, came third in the ranking, with 42 percent trusting him (up by 3 percentage points), and 32 percent of the respondents voicing their distrust (up by 2 percentage points).

Donald Tusk, the leader of Poland's largest opposition party, the Civic Platform, topped the list of Poland's most distruted politicians, with 55 percent voicing their distrust in Tusk.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a deputy prime minister and leader of the ruling Law and Justice party, came second with 53 percent of the pollees distrusting him.

They were followed by Zbigniew Ziobro, the justice minister and leader of Solidary Poland, a junior coalition member, who was distrusted by 52 percent of respondents.

The survey was conducted on May 30-June 9 on a sample of 1,050 adult Poles.

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