If elections were held in Poland on Sunday, Oct. 18, the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) would garner 36.1 pct of the votes and its main rival, the Civic Platform (PO), would receive 28.2 pct support, show the results of an IBRiS poll for Wirtualna Polska.
Sixty-three percent of respondents to a CBOS poll expressed fear of contracting coronavirus while 36 percent said they had no such fear.
Thirty-nine percent of Poles are optimistic about the future, declaring that things in Poland are going well, while 45 percent believe the situation in the country is heading in the wrong direction, show the results of a new CBOS poll.
Seventy-one percent of respondents to a United Surveys poll for the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily and RMF FM radio station favour the strengthening of animal protection laws.
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.
Given a choice, 68.4 percent of parents would send their child to school from September 1, and 27.2 percent would not, according to a poll for the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) and RMF FM radio.
The "Social Moods Of Poles" survey carried out in August by the Kantar pollster shows that 35 pct of Poles have a positive opinion on the course of affairs in the country, whereas 48 pct have a negative opinion.
Fifty-one percent of respondents to a poll commissioned by CBRE, an international advisory and commercial real estate investment company, want shops in Poland to be open every day, including Sundays.