Poles positive about government's actions to combat coronavirus

Almost half of Poles, 49.7 percent, had positive opinions on the government's activities to combat the coronavirus threat, while the proportion of those claiming the opposite was at 9.1 percent, the latest survey by the IBRIS pollster shows.

According to the study, 37.1 percent of those surveyed had a neutral view on the matter.

The poll also said that 53 percent of Poles had heard about the government's activities aimed at combating the coronavirus threat, while 38.9 percent had not.

The survey was conducted on February 26, 2020, on a representative sample of 1,100 adult Poles using the computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.

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