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.
Law and Justice (PiS), the ruling party in Poland, leads in the voter support poll, however, a new grassroots movement, the conservative Poland 2050, is hot on their heels.
Sixty-one percent of respondents to a February poll believe things in Poland are going badly, whereas 23 percent are optimistic about the situation.
Sixty-six percent of Poles are pessimistic about the changes in their country, the Kantar pollster revealed in a survey on Friday.
Seventy-four percent of Poles believe that women have an equal right to pursue professional careers, even if it may have a slight impact on their home and family responsibilities, a new Kantar poll shows.
Poles are unhappy with the work of the government and the prime minister, a new opinion poll has shown.
Forty-three percent of Poles, taking into account the country's present situation, is for holding early general elections, according to Monday-published results of a poll conducted by Kantor pollster.
Eighty-seven percent of Poles said Poland should remain as a member of the European Union, according to Monday-published results of a poll conducted by the Kantar pollster for the private TVN and TVN24 news channels.