wPolityce Sondaż is a weekly social and political survey conducted by the research center Social Changes for the portal wPolityce.pl. It measures the public opinion on various topics related to current events, politics, and society in Poland. It also tracks the popularity and preferences of different political parties and candidates.
How wPolityce Sondaż Works
wPolityce Sondaż uses the CAWI (Computer Assisted Web Interview) method on an online panel. The survey is carried out on a nationwide, representative sample of Polish citizens (N=1066) in terms of gender, age, and place of residence. The survey is usually conducted from Friday to Monday and the results are published on Wednesday.
What are the Latest Results of wPolityce Sondaż
The latest results of wPolityce Sondaż (as of February 3, 2022) show that:
- The ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) has a slight decrease in support, with 33% of respondents declaring their vote for it. This is a drop of 2 percentage points compared to the previous survey.
- The main opposition party Civic Coalition (KO) has no change in support, with 28% of respondents choosing it.
- Poland 2050, a new political movement led by Szymon Hołownia, stabilizes at a lower level than before, with 11% of support.
- Confederation, a right-wing libertarian party, gains 1 point and also has 11% of support.
- The Left, a coalition of social-democratic and progressive parties, has no change in support, with 8% of respondents favoring it.
- The Polish People’s Party (PSL), a centrist agrarian party, gains 2 points and crosses the electoral threshold for the first time in months, with 5% of support.
- Kukiz’15, a populist movement led by former rock star Paweł Kukiz, has no change in support, with 2% of respondents backing it.
- Agreement (Porozumienie), a liberal-conservative party and a junior partner in the ruling coalition, has no change in support, with 1% of respondents supporting it.
In a separate survey, the respondents were asked about their preferences assuming that Federation for the Republic (Federacja dla Rzeczypospolitej), a new conservative party founded by Marek Jakubiak, would also run for elections. The results show that this party could count on 2% of support.
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The declared turnout is 57%, which is an increase of 7 points compared to the previous survey.
Why wPolityce Sondaż Matters
wPolityce Sondaż is one of the most reliable and credible sources of information on the public opinion in Poland. It provides insights into the political and social trends and preferences of the Polish society. It also helps to understand the dynamics and challenges of the political scene in Poland, especially ahead of the upcoming parliamentary elections in 2023.
wPolityce Sondaż is also an interesting and engaging way to follow the current events and debates in Poland. It offers a variety of topics and questions that reflect the most important and controversial issues facing the country. It also allows the readers to compare their own opinions with those of other people and to participate in online discussions on the portal wPolityce.pl.
wPolityce Sondaż is a weekly social and political survey that measures the public opinion in Poland. It is conducted by Social Changes for wPolityce.pl using the CAWI method on an online panel. The latest results show that PiS has a slight decrease in support, while PSL crosses the electoral threshold. The survey also covers other topics and questions related to current events, politics, and society in Poland. wPolityce Sondaż is a valuable source of information and a stimulating way to follow the Polish affairs.