Support for Polish gov't tumbles to record low - pollster

The results, both for Morawiecki and the United Right government, are the lowest since the 2015 general election. Radek Pietruszka/PAP

Support for the Mateusz Morawiecki government fell 5 percentage points (pps) to 33 percent at the end of October, according to the results of a poll by the CBOS polling agency released on Tuesday.

CBOS said the percentage of the government's critics grew, compared to the results of the previous CBOS poll, by 9 pps to 43 percent.

Forty-nine percent of those polled said they were dissatisfied with the prime minister's performance, up by 11 pps, while 36 percent expressed a positive opinion, down 10 pps.

The results, both for Morawiecki and the United Right government, are the lowest since the 2015 general election.

Fifty-eight percent, up 11 pps, criticised the government's economic policy saying it does not offer opportunities to improve the economic situation in Poland, while 30 percent, down 11 pps, approved of the government's strategy.

CBOS ran the survey between October 19 and 29 on a representatives group of 1,040 adult Poles.