The majority of Poles believe the country's economy is in a bad condition, according to the results of a new survey published on Friday.
Law and Justice (PiS), Poland’s ruling party, has seen its lead fall to 30 percent, according to a new opinion poll published on Monday.
The vast majority of respondents to a recent poll declared they favoured Poland remaining in the European Union.
The majority of Poles believe the country is heading in the wrong direction, a new survey has found.
In July, the percentage of surveyed Poles who evaluate the work of the government as poor jumped up 3 percentage points from the previous month to 62 percent, according to the latest Kantar poll.
The centrist Civic Coalition (KO), the main adversary of Poland's ruling United Right coalition, has closed the gap to seven percentage points, the latest Kantar poll has shown.
A recent survey by pollster Kantar shows that 46 percent of the Polish public intend to travel for a holiday this summer while 38 percent intend to stay at home.
Fifty eight percent of Poles are pessimistic about recent developments in their country and 64 percent have a negative view of the economic situation, the Kantar pollster revealed on Wednesday in a survey.
The approval ratings of both the government and the prime minister are on the up, according to a new opinion poll.
The United Right can count on the support of 31 percent of respondents, the main oppositionist Civic Coalition would be voted for by 22 percent, the latest Friday-released Kantar survey shows.