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.
Voter support for Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party grew to 43 percent in June 2018 from 40 percent in May, a survey by the CBOS pollster shows
As many as 67 percent of Poles support the deployment of soldiers from other NATO countries in Poland, according to a new CBOS poll.
Respondents are almost split in half in their opinions on Polish foreign policy since the governing party Law and Justice (PiS) took over power in 2015, with 40 percent voicing positive opinions and 41 percent saying the opposite, a poll has shown.
Forty-six percent of Poles believe that the situation in Poland is developing well while 36 percent are pessimistic about the future, claiming the situation is developing in an undesirable direction, a CBOS survey shows.
Slightly more than six in ten Poles, 63 percent, believe that Andrzej Duda is performing well as the country’s president, according to results of the latest April poll by the Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS).
Fifty percent of Poles polled by the CBOS pollster said it was against the construction of what would be Poland's first nuclear power plant.