RESEARCH: 66% OF POLES APPRECIATE ANDRZEJ DUDA`S WORK
During the last month, the positive rating of the president and the two chambers of the Polish parliament increased. It is reported by Upmp.news with reference to Polish Radio.
66% of Poles interviewed by the Center for Public Opinion Research (CBOS) in January appreciated the work of President Andrzej Duda; 27% of respondents estimate his activity poorly. At the same time, 50% of those questioned negatively assess the work of the Sejm, and 25% positively. At the same time, 43% of the respondents are treated the work of the Senate poorly, while 24% are positive about it.
CBOS drew attention to the increase in the positive rating of the president and the two chambers of the Polish parliament in recent times.
66% of respondents rated Andrzej Duda’s work well in January that is 2% more than in December, and 27% of respondents were negatively, as in the previous month.
According to the research, the level of satisfaction with the work of the head of the Polish state is influenced, above all, by philosophical factors – religiousness and political views.
Mainly the persons with right political views and religious persons (83% are satisfied in both groups) expressed positive estimates of the fulfillment of the presidential duties by Andrzej Duda.
Good grades prevail among people with lower education and those living in smaller settlements. In turn, in the socio-professional groups, the work of the president is best valued by farmers, pensioners, housewives and unskilled workers, – emphasizes CBOS.
Instead, the work of the Sejm of Poland is well appreciated by 25% of respondents, which is 6% more than in December. Bad opinion about the work of the lower chamber of parliament was expressed by 50% of Poles polled, which is 7% less than in the previous month.