Polish opposition parties have a good chance of winning the 2023 parliamentary election if they unite against the ruling United Right coalition, two recent polls have shown.
About 73 percent of Poles believe Russia's war in Ukraine poses a threat to Poland's security, a poll has shown.
Poland's ruling party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, got 29 percent in a new opinion poll, 5 percent more than its nearest rival, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO).
The governing United Right coalition would retain power if elections were held in May, according to a new poll.
Up to one in three Poles are now actively looking for a new job, according to a new poll published on Tuesday.
A majority of Poles believe that Polish soldiers should take part in a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine provided that it is organised by Nato, the United Nations or the European Union, shows a recent poll.
A majority of Poles support sending heavy weapons to Ukraine, after its invasion by Russia, shows a recent poll.
Around 66 percent of Poles have become involved in helping Ukraine since its invasion by Russia, a survey shows.
The majority of Poles have decided to limit their spending due to increasing prices but few of them plan to ask for a pay rise, a new poll has shown.
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.