In early May, 35 percent of respondents to a CBOS poll assessed the situation in Poland as good, 5 percent more compared with an April survey.
Support for Mateusz Morawiecki's government increased by 1 percent to 34 percent in May, according to the latest CBOS poll.
The number of people opposed to getting vaccinated is falling, according to a new poll published on Monday.
Poles are evenly divided when it comes assessing the performance of President Andrzej Duda, with 45 percent saying he is doing a good job and 44 percent claiming the opposite, a CBOS May poll shows.
Poland's governing party, Law and Justice, would place first if a general election was held in May, a new poll has found.
Public support for the government of Mateusz Morawiecki increased by 1 pp to 33 percent in April, a new CBOS poll revealed on Thursday.
An April poll has found that 30 percent of respondents do not intend to get vaccinated against Covid-19, 2 percentage points down on a month prior.
In all, 44 percent of the respondents to a CBOS poll expressed satisfaction with the performance of Polish President Andrzej Duda, up by 2 percentage points from March.
Were elections to be held in April, Poland's ruling party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), would leave its two main opponents far behind by so much that their combined result would still be lower than PiS, a poll has shown.
The percentage of Poles who are afraid of becoming poor has gone up from 20 percent in March 2020 to 24 percent, according to a poll carried out by the CBOS opinion researcher.