87% of Poles believe Poland should remain in the EU

When asked whether the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party and its policies could lead to Poland leaving the European Union, 49% of those surveyed agreed, while 40% disagreed. [Shutterstock/wjarek]

87% of Poles believe Poland should remain a member of the European Union, according to a telephone poll conducted by Kantar pollster for private news channels TVN and TVN24.

By comparison, 8% of those surveyed believe Poland should no longer be a member of the bloc, while 5% were unable to decide.

Asked whether the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party and its policies could lead to Poland leaving the European Union, 49% of those surveyed agreed, while 40% disagreed.

Were the Sejm elections to be held in the near future, 27% of those surveyed said they would vote for the joint list of the United Right Coalition that includes PiS, United Poland and the Agreement Parties. However, 25% said they would choose the Civic Coalition, created by the Civic Platform, Nowoczesna, Poland and the Greens Initiative.

(Joanna Jakubowska | EURACTIV.pl)

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