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.
A majority of Poles believe the country is heading in the wrong direction, according to the results of a new poll published on Monday.
Poland's governing United Right coalition has retained its top spot in a recent poll with 34 percent backing after losing one of its coalition partners, the Agreement party.
Sixty two percent of Poles in a CBOS survey said they consulted physicians by telephone at least once during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Polish president is trusted by 45 percent of respondents in the latest CBOS poll, the leader of Poland 2050 Szymon Holownia takes second place, followed by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as the third most trusted politician.
The CBOS pollster reported on Wednesday that, according to its recent studies, almost three out of four adult Poles used the internet at least once a week.
Poland's governing United Right coalition has maintained its voter support at 36 percent while the main opposition group, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO) has gained 5 percentage points over the last month, shows a new poll.
Almost half of Poles (43 percent) are unhappy with the direction the country is headed, while 36 percent are satisfied, a new CBOS poll shows.