Poland’s president with 54% job approval, PM with 48%: poll
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Poland's President Andrzej Duda has a job approval rating of 54 percent, while Prime Minister Beata Szydło enjoys 48 percent, according to a new survey.
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Pollster Kantar Public said 47 percent of those polled approved of the performance of the Polish government as a whole.
Szydło’s job approval rating and that of her government were the best since Poland’s ruling conservatives took power in November 2015, according to the pollster.
Thirty-two percent of those surveyed disapproved of the way Duda was handling his job as president.
Meanwhile, 38 percent were disapproving of Szydło’s performance as prime minister; an identical proportion of respondents were negative about her government as a whole, the poll found.
Kantar Public carried out the survey on October 6-11 on a nationwide representative sample of 1,056 respondents. (gs/pk)