Survey: 47.6 percent of respondents believe that with D. Tusk as prime minister, life will be worse for Poles
47.6 percent of the respondents believe that if Donald Tusk becomes the head of the government, the life of Poles will be worse; 32.4% are of the opposite opinion. surveyed, according to the United Surveys survey for Wirtualna Polska.
In the latest survey for Wirtualna Polska, United Surveys asked: “Will Poles live better or worse if the opposition comes to power and Donald Tusk becomes prime minister?”
32.4 percent of respondents assessed that with Donald Tusk as Prime Minister, Poles will live better (12.2% of respondents indicated that “definitely better”, and 20.2% – “rather better”).
Much more respondents, i.e. 47.6%, answered that if Donald Tusk became the head of the government, the life of Poles would be worse (18.4% believe that it will be “rather worse”, and 29.2% – ” much worse.” In turn, every fifth respondent (20%) has no opinion on this matter.
Among PiS voters, as many as 99 percent of respondents say that Poles with Prime Minister Donald Tusk will be worse, and only 1 percent. is undecided on this point.
More than half of opposition voters (57 percent) believe that it will be better with Donald Tusk at the head of the government, while 16 percent are of the opposite opinion. opposition party supporters. 27 percent supporters of the opposition, i.e. every fourth respondent, does not know what answer to indicate.
Opinions are divided among undecided voters. Slightly less than one in five undecided voters (23 percent) believe that things could be better with Donald Tusk as prime minister. 45% are of the opposite opinion. undecided voters. 32 percent undecided do not know which answer to indicate.
The United Surveys survey for Wirtualna Polska was conducted on January 20-22, 2023 using the CAWI & CATI 50/50 method on a representative group of a thousand Poles. (PAP)