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46% of Poles tired of pandemic: survey

27.04.2021 07:30
Forty-six percent of Poles say they are tired of the COVID-19 pandemic and finding it difficult to endure restrictions and lockdowns, a survey has found.
Photo:PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

Meanwhile, 42 percent say they are sticking it out although the pandemic has proved to be a trying time for many, according to the survey by pollster Kantar Public.

One in nine respondents has gotten used to life during the pandemic, the survey also showed, according to Polish state news agency PAP.

The remaining 1 percent of those polled were undecided.

The survey was conducted from April 9 to 14 on a nationwide, representative sample of 1,006 adults.


Source: PAP