The majority of Poles believe the country is heading in the wrong direction, according to a new poll published on Thursday.
Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski and Szymon Holownia, leader of the Poland 2050 party, top the ranking in a new poll on public trust.
There were more opponents of the government in August than supporters, a new poll has shown.
The governing United Right coalition would retain power if elections were held in August, according to a new opinion poll.
Over one in five young Poles do not want to have children, a new poll has found.
The majority of Poles want the return of national military conscription, according to a new poll.
The majority of Poles (60 percent) say the fight against the Russians in Ukraine should be continued and no concessions made to them, the latest study by the CBOS pollster shows.
Fifty eight percent of Poles surveyed by the CBOS pollster believed their country was moving in the wrong direction (1 percentage point down on June), 27 percent thought otherwise (3 pps up) and fifteen percent could not say (2 pps down).
The government is supported by 32 percent of Poles while 39 percent oppose it, a survey by the CBOS pollster has shown.
Fifty five percent of Poles in a survey by the CBOS pollster criticised the Polish judiciary, 4 percentage points (pps) more than in a similar poll in 2017, while 28 percent said they were pleased with the justice system, 8 pps down from 2017.