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Polish Public Opinion

September 2023

Opinions about the war in Ukraine and Ukrainians in Poland
Summary evaluations of the activities of the government of Mateusz Morawiecki after four years in office
Views on Polish-German relations and reparation claims
Violence against children – opinions and experiences

"Opinions and Diagnoses"

no 49
Youth 2021

no 50
Secularisation in Poland

no 51
Polish Voters 2023


Women and Politics
Opinions on the Functioning of the Health Care System
School Students Summer Vacations
Poles' Declarations Regarding Food Waste
Political Party Preferences a Week Before the Elections
Quarterly Balance of Social Moods
Opinions about Parliament and President in October
Attitude Towards the Government before the Parliamentary Elections
About the War in Ukraine and Polish‑Ukrainian Relations
Media Perception
Social Moods in October
Looking at How Poles Would Vote in the Parliamentary Elections

In order to get the most accurate picture of Polish people’s voting preferences in the run-up to the general elections, CBOS made use of the potential of two different research methods, aggregating the data from each. Both were conducted during a similar time period: the survey on a representative sample of named adults, randomly selected from the National Identity Number (PESEL) register (N=1110) was conducted between 2–11 October, while the telephone survey on a random sample of mobile phone users (N=1000) was limited to 9–12 October, in the week immediately preceding the elections. Assuming a turnout of 68% (1443 people) and excluding the undecided (14% i.e. 200 people) and those who refused to give an answer (4% i.e. 61 people), the following picture of support for the competing electoral committees emerged:
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