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"Opinions and Diagnoses"

no 40
Are We Living Better

no 41
100th Anniversary of Regaining Independence. Remembrance and Community


Aspirations of Poles in 1998, 2008 and 2018
Political Party Preferences in November
EU and Changes to the Judiciary
Credibility of Results of Elections to Regional Assemblies
Opinions about Parliament, President, Local Authorities and National Electoral Commission (PKW)
Attitude to Government in November
Does Law and Justice (PiS) Lead Poland out of the European Union?
Social Moods in November
November Ranking of Trust in Politicians
Over(use) of Smartphones
Opinions on Climate Change
Social Evaluation of the Organizational Side of Local Government Elections
Awareness of Climate Change

In the first half of December the annual conference of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will be held in Katowice. The CBOS November survey checked whether people in Poland were aware of the dangers connected with climate change.
A decided majority of those polled saw climate change as a threat, although over half (54%) saw it as only one danger among many. Fewer than a third of respondents (29%) maintained that climate change was one of the greatest threats to contemporary civilisation. Only a few believed that climate change was not dangerous at all (3%), or that it did not even exist (1%).
Since 2009 an increase has been observed in respondents who say that climate change is one of the greatest threats to civilisation. At the same time there has been a drop in the percentage of those who are of the opinion that this danger is insignificant.
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More on this subject in the CBOS report.
The above data comes from ‘Current Events and Problems’ surveys carried out in the period 2009–2018.

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