As many as 71 percent of Poles believe their country should support the democratic aspirations of Belarusians while only 20 percent believe Warsaw should remain neutral in Minsk's domestic conflict, according to a survey by the CBOS pollster.
The results of the presidential election published by the State Electoral Commission (PKW) do not arouse any doubts among 76 percent of respondents to a CBOS poll. Thirty-seven percent say they are totally reliable and 39 percent say they are rather reliable.
Fifty-seven percent of Poles expressed positive opinions on the government's activities to combat the COVID-19 epidemic, whereas a negative view was expressed by 36 percent, according to the results of a CBOS poll released on Monday.
As many as 45 percent of Poles voiced positive opinions about the situation in the country, up by one percentage point from the previous study, according to a poll by CBOS pollster.
The work of President Andrzej Duda is positively assessed by 56 percent of Poles, while 38 percent are of the opposite opinion, show the results of a CBOS survey carried out in August.
Voter support for the ruling United Right camp grew by 2 ppts since the turn of June-July to reach 44 percent in August, according to the latest study by the CBOS pollster.
Fifty-four percent of Poles declared confidence in President Andrzej Duda in late June and early July, which places him top in the confidence ranking. Trust in the president fell by 2 percentage points from the previous survey, a CBOS poll shows.
Forty-five percent of Poles believe that the situation in the country is heading in the right direction, while 40 percent of them claim the opposite, a survey by the CBOS pollster shows.
Close to three out of four Poles (73 percent) said that they were willing to help others in need, reported a recent CBOS poll.
Eighty-nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey supported Poland's EU membership (up 8 percent from February 2016), 7 percent were against and 4 percent could not say.