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Majority of Poles support EU membership

12.09.2021 14:30
81% of Poles believe that Poland should remain in the EU
Иллюстрационное фотоФото: Pixabay

 These are the results of research done by the Kantar company for commercial television stations TVN and TVN24.

 7% of those polled expressed the opposite view.

 A further 12 percent remained undecided.

 The research commissioned for TVN's Fakty news service and TVN24 news channel contained the question "In your opinion, should Poland remain in the EU?"

 A similar probe carried out for TVN and TVN24 by the same pollster in November 2020 found 87% of Poles in support of their country's EU membership, while 8% were against.

Source: PAP, TVN