Rafal Trzaskowski, the mayor of Warsaw Mayor, is the country’s most trusted politician, according to a new opinion poll, coming in ahead of Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister.
Poles have been stripping their household budgets, mainly of non-essential expenses, due to inflation-driven price hikes, a study has revealed.
Most Poles have cut their household budgets owing to inflation-driven price hikes, a survey published by the Rzeczpospolita newspaper on Thursday has revealed.
Forty-nine percent of respondents to a recent survey said they received a salary increase in the last quarter.
There were more opponents of the government in August than supporters, a new poll has shown.
As many as 87 percent of Poles feel strongly affected by increased food prices, a survey revealed on Wednesday.
Over 50 percent Poles are worried that there will be shortages in shops, a new survey shows.
The majority of Poles (60 percent) say the fight against the Russians in Ukraine should be continued and no concessions made to them, the latest study by the CBOS pollster shows.
About half of all Ukrainian refugees who arrived to Poland were looking for jobs, a National Bank of Poland (NBP) survey has found.
Twenty six percent of Poles in a Social Changes survey for the wPolityce.pl website said they have experienced mobbing at work, 68 percent said they have no mobbing experiences.