The Polish public's opinion of Poland’s lower house of parliament has fallen to its lowest level since the start of this parliamentary term, a new survey has shown.
The government's handling of the pandemic has attracted more criticism than praise for the first time since April, a poll has found.
Up to 61 percent of respondents to a recent poll had a negative opinion of the work of the Sejm, Poland's lower house of parliament, while 50 percent were critical of the Senate and 47 percent of the president.
As many as 71 percent of Poles consider living conditions in Poland to be harmful to their mental health, a new study has found.
Increasing numbers of Poles no longer practise religious faith, according to a survey charting the years from 1992 to 2021.
A recent CBOS opinion poll shows that 88 percent of the respondents support Poland’s membership in the European Union and only 6 percent oppose it.
October saw the biggest surge in dissatisfaction with the situation in Poland since December 2020, with 56 percent of respondents in a CBOS survey describing it as bad (up 4 percentage points from September).
Thirty nine percent of Poles support the government, 46 percent criticise its work, and 15 percent have no opinion in the matter, according to a survey by the CBOS pollster revealed on Friday.
The Polish public are divided over whether to accept refugees fleeing war, with 48 percent of respondents to a recent poll opposed to it and 41 percent in favour.
Public support for the government of Mateusz Morawiecki decreased by 2 percentage points (pps) to 32 percent in August, a new CBOS poll revealed on Tuesday.