The results of a new CBOS survey reveal that 33 percent of the respondents support the government, while 40 percent do not.
As many as 59 percent of the Polish public cannot afford to go on holiday this year, a new survey has shown.
Support for the Polish government was voiced by 34 percent of respondents to a May survey, up 3 percentage points (pps) on April's result, the CBOS pollster reported on Wednesday.
Thirty years after making its debut on the Polish market, TFN’s Alex Webber looks back at the rise of the fast food giant and says that for many it was a keynote moment in Poland’s economic and social transition.
Up to one in three Poles are now actively looking for a new job, according to a new poll published on Tuesday.
Over 80 percent of the Polish public appreciate the economic benefits of EU membership while 82 percent see its results in an improved situation on the labour market, according to a report by the Polish Economic Institute (PIE).
The majority of Poles believe the country's economy is in a bad condition, according to the results of a new survey published on Friday.
Poland is ready to help transport Poles currently in western Ukraine to Poland if the fighting in Ukraine escalates, Poland's prime minister said on Friday.
Almost 64 percent of Poles have said in a survey that they will reduce their Easter spending this year as inflation in Poland has crossed the 10 percent mark.
A Lithuanian investigative website has published for the first time the files of 50 Polish Army soldiers who were captured by the Soviets after returning to their homeland in 1951 and deported to remote regions of the Soviet Union.