More than 60 percent of Poles are in favour of retaining state institutions such as the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) and the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), according to the findings of a new opinion poll.
Poland's ruling conservatives would get the most votes in the upcoming parliamentary vote, but would fail to secure a parliamentary majority, a new poll has revealed.
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The ruling United Right coalition would win an election, if it was held now, with 39 percent of the vote, according to a Social Changes opinion poll done for the wPolityce.pl website.
The results of a new CBOS survey indicate that 37 percent of those polled intend to vote for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, a rise of 8-percentage points (pps) on the previous poll.
The survey results published by the Social Changes pollster on Saturday, show that the vast majority of Poles intend to respond "no" to all four questions in the referendum that is due to go ahead on October 15, the same day as the general election.
Poland is the most pro-US country in the world, with 93 percent of the population speaking positively about America, a Tuesday-published survey by the American Pew Research Center shows.
The majority of Poles will spend their summer vacations in Poland and only one in five will go abroad, a survey has shown.
Opponents of Poland's Mateusz Morawiecki government outweighed its supporters in a June survey by 47 to 30 percent.
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