Eighty-nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey supported Poland's EU membership (up 8 percent from February 2016), 7 percent were against and 4 percent could not say.
A Thursday-published report by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CBOS) titled Psychological Wellbeing in 2019 shows that the majority of Poles were content with the way their lives were progressing throughout last year.
Three in four Poles put themselves in the middle class of society, while around one in six of them claim to belong to the 'lower class,' according to a study by research pollster CBOS.
Formally part of Poland, the 6kg of coins were found in the town of Zbarazh (Zbaraż) which was one of the settings for Henryk Sienkiewicz's classic 1884 novel With Fire and Sword.
Eighty nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey said Poland was a safe country to live in, 8 percent believed the opposite, 3 percent could not say.
The support for Poland's EU membership remained at 91 percent in April 2019, unchanged from March. This is the highest result on record, according to the latest poll conducted by the Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS).
The support for Poland's EU membership increased to 91 percent in March, 2019, the highest result on record, according to the latest poll conducted by the Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS).
In all, 52 percent of Poles have declared in a CBOS survey that they will take part in the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament (EP) in May.
New survey reveals that Poles are happy with the police, and that crime is decreasing.
Sixty-nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey declared confidence in President Andrzej Duda, 57 percent in Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, and 52 percent in Paweł Kukiz, the Kukiz'15 leader.