The savings that Polish citizens keep in banks have topped PLN 1 trillion (EUR 216 billion) for the first time, an investment firm expert said on Wednesday.
The percentage of Poles who know how to use their phones to pay for something is above the global average, a recent report by Mastercard has shown.
In early March, 30 percent of respondents to a CBOS poll assessed the national situation in Poland as good while 54 percent described it as bad.
Around 45 percent of Polish employees asked for a pay raise last year, one in three had never done so before, according to a survey published on Friday.
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.
Poland was among EU countries that saw the biggest increase in confidence in vaccinations compared to levels from 2018, according to a report prepared for the European Commission.
The majority of Poles are in favour of lockdown regulations being imposed locally when required, a new survey has found.
Half of Poles believe that their employment situation is worse now than it was at the beginning of the pandemic, the results of a recent report show.
Poles have put on an average of almost two kilograms in weight as Covid-19 restrictions, working from home and remote learning take their toll on the nation’s waistbands, according to a study released on Thursday to mark World Obesity Day.
The majority of Poles are in favour of more liberal abortion laws, according to a new poll published today.