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Most Poles positive about foreign workers: survey

15.01.2020 07:03
Over six in ten Poles say foreigners should be free to take up work in this country, according to a new survey.
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The study by pollster CBOS found that 29 percent of Poles believe only certain types of work should be available to foreigners.

And 4 percent said foreigners should not be allowed to work in Poland at all.

According to Poland’s Office for Foreigners, most people from other countries who register their stay in Poland come from Ukraine, followed by Belarusians, Germans, Russians and Vietnamese.

The study was conducted from November 7 to 17 last year on a representative sample of 944 adults in Poland.


Source: PAP