Support for the Polish government was voiced by 34 percent of respondents to a May survey, up 3 percentage points (pps) on April's result, the CBOS pollster reported on Wednesday.
The governing United Right coalition would retain power if elections were held in May, according to a new poll.
Around 91 percent of Poles are in favour of accepting refugees from war-torn Ukraine, a new survey has found.
Poland's ruling conservative party Law and Justice (PiS) has been supported by 30 percent of Poles, while its main rival, the centrist Civic Coalition by 20 percent, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Friday-published survey.
The government's flagship tax reform programme has been criticised by 56 percent of Poles despite the prime minister's and the ruling party leader's claims that most taxpayers will benefit from the changes, a poll has shown.
Voter support for the ruling United Right coalition edged up 1 percentage point to 30 percent in February while major opposition groupings have lost some followers, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Friday-published survey.
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.