Seventy percent of Poles support the ongoing mass street demonstrations against the top court ruling which would see almost all abortions made illegal in Poland, a recent survey by the Kantar pollster shows.
The vast majority of Poles are against changes to to-date legislation seeking to ban terminations due to foetal abnormalities, one of the few legal grounds left for abortion in the country, a recent survey shows.
The proportion of Poles intending to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is almost the same as those who are reluctant to get the vaccine, according to a United Surveys poll published on Thursday for the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily and RMF FM radio station.
Fifty-six percent of Poles in a CBOS survey declared confidence in President Andrzej Duda, 52 percent in former presidential runner Szymon Holownia, and 51 percent in Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, according to results of a CBOS poll revealed on Wednesday.
As many as 71 percent of Poles believe their country should support the democratic aspirations of Belarusians while only 20 percent believe Warsaw should remain neutral in Minsk's domestic conflict, according to a survey by the CBOS pollster.
After six months of the COVID-19 epidemic, Poles still assess their financial situation as good, however, the proportion of pessimists in this matter has grown, according to a study by the Santander Consumer Bank (SCB).
The "Social Moods Of Poles" survey carried out in August by the Kantar pollster shows that 35 pct of Poles have a positive opinion on the course of affairs in the country, whereas 48 pct have a negative opinion.
A mere 4 percent of Poland's companies said they had to make redundancies, according to the 'COVID-19 Business Pulse Survey - Poland' carried out by the World Bank and the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP).
As many as 9.9 percent of Polish workers are considering job-seeking migration, according to a Kantar poll commissioned by the Work Service employment agency.
Eighty-two percent of Poles in a survey by the Kantar pollster said the current sex offenders register in Poland offered sufficient protection against paedophilia. Five percent said the register was insufficient.