The turnover of 82 percent of Polish companies declined in April this year, compared to levels from a year ago, according to a survey conducted for the Business Center Club and 4 Business & People.
In April 2020, the percentage of Poles who feared an increase in unemployment rose to 91.2 percent from 34.7 percent in April 2019, a survey by IRG SGH and the Association of Financial Companies in Poland shows.
Over half of Poles, 53.3 percent, were more considerate of their health than in the corresponding period of last year, showed the latest research by IBRiS Institute released on Saturday.
Close to three out of four Poles (73 percent) said that they were willing to help others in need, reported a recent CBOS poll.
A vast majority of Poles (72.2 percent) oppose holding presidential elections as scheduled on May 10, a poll conducted by researcher IBRiS for the daily Rzeczpospolita shows.
Poles are ready for tighter restrictions aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus, 86 percent of people have already limited contacts with close ones, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily wrote on Wednesday.
If there was a second round of the presidential election, Poland's incumbent President Andrzej Duda would get 50.09 pct of the vote while his main challenger, Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska of the centrist Civic Coalition (KO), would secure 49.91 pct, a recent poll shows.
After decades of mistrust, Poland and Germany have increasingly similar views on their joint future.