The ruling Law and Justice party would win parliamentary elections with 37.6 percent of votes if elections were held this coming Sunday.
The majority of Poles are unhappy with the situation in Poland, the results of a new survey have shown.
The majority of Poles support the abortion protests but the numbers are lower than in November 2020, the latest poll by Kantar research firm has shown.
Only 21 percent Poles are in favour of stricter lockdown restrictions, while the vast majority prefer no changes or even a further loosening of them, a recent poll has shown.
A new survey commissioned by the Polish branch of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) shows that Poles are far more open to refugees than they were a few years ago.
Sixty-one percent of respondents to a February poll believe things in Poland are going badly, whereas 23 percent are optimistic about the situation.
Support for the ruling United Right coalition rose by 2 percentage points to 31 percent in February, while support for the main opposition grouping, the Civic Coalition, fell 5 points to 18 percent, the Kantar pollster reported on Tuesday.
Close to 50 percent of Poles plan to get vaccinated against Covid-19, a new poll has shown.
The results of a recent survey show that 86 percent of Poles believe that the EU Recovery Plan will make it possible to quickly overcome the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Poland's governing right-wing United Right coalition is backed by 33 percent of voters, but a new grassroots movement, the conservative Poland 2050, has overcome the so-far main opposition group, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO).