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Most Poles happy with life: survey

14.02.2020 07:10
Almost two in three Poles – 64 percent – say they frequently or very frequently feel everything is going well in life, according to a survey.
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay pixabay license

However, the study by pollster CBOS survey found that almost one in three (31 percent) had often felt ignored by the authorities.

The survey, entitled "Poles' wellbeing in 2019," found that more than one in five (22 percent) felt helpless. One percent admitted to suicidal thoughts, state news agency PAP reported.

But the number of respondents who said they frequently felt depressed and full of rage was the lowest in the last 30 years, according to the survey.

People aged under 35 felt better about life than average, as did those who were happy with their income, people heavily involved in religious practices and respondents with declared right-wing political views, the study found.

The survey was conducted from November 28 to December 5 last year on a representative random sample of 910 adults.


Source: PAP