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Polish Public Opinion

April 2024

Attitude towards other nationalities
Social expectations towards MEPs
Social trust
Financial situation of households

"Opinions and Diagnoses"

no 51
Polish Voters 2023

no 52
Poles in the Face of War in Ukraine

no 53
Attitudes towards People with Disabilities


Quarterly Balance of Social Mood
Opinions about Parliament, President and Local Authority in April
20 Years of Poland‘s Membership in the EU
Moods on the Job Market in April
April Ranking of Trust in Politicians
Social Moods in April
Attitude to Government in April
About the war in Ukraine and Possible Extension of the Conflict
Public Safety in the Experiences and Assessment of Poles
Religiosity of Poles in recent decades
Opinions about the Media
About mobbing – Poles' experiences
Poles about the Elections to the European Parliament
Fear of Crime

Somewhat over a third of people surveyed (35%) are worried about becoming victims of crime, with 4% being very anxious about this and 31% less so. Changes compared to last year are slight and within the limits of statistical error. Almost two thirds of Polish adults (64%, an increase of 3 percentage points on 2023) does not admit to this type of anxiety, and 17% maintain that in this respect they are not worried at all.
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From April 1996, when CBOS first asked this question, up to April 2006 most respondents reported feeling some anxiety about possibly being the target of a crime. April 2007 was the first time CBOS noted a majority of those who said they did not have this worry. From that moment, despite variations in answers, respondents unworried about this issue have been in the majority, with a peak of 66% in April 2019. This year’s result is only a little lower.
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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 1996-2024.

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