Over 60 percent of Poles are against compulsory Covid-19 vaccinations, a survey by the United Surveys pollster has revealed.
Sixty-eight percent of Polish employers are convinced that the level of employment will be reduced due to automation, a survey has found.
The mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowski, and Szymon Holownia, who heads the Polska 2050 movement, are seen as the top opposition leaders in Poland according to a SW Research survey for the rp.pl website.
Poles significantly reduced their physical activity during the over year-long Covid-19 pandemic, show the results of a recent survey.
A further decline in the demand for workers in Poland was recorded in February by the Job Offer Barometer survey published on Wednesday.
Around 45 percent of Poles believe the country is poorly prepared for the third wave of the pandemic, while 42 percent think otherwise, a poll showed on Wednesday.
Digitalisation in Poland's bigger firms significantly accelerated during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by the Humanities Institute, an organisation focusing on social change.
The ruling Law and Justice party could count on 33 percent of the vote if elections had been held on Sunday, a recent poll has revealed.
Over 70 percent of Poles favour more liberal abortion laws, according to a new poll published on Wednesday.
Poles believe their chances of finding a new job worsened in the fourth quarter of last year, according to a recent survey by recruitment agency Randstad.