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Survey finds 65% of Poles positive about 2017

PR dla Zagranicy
Grzegorz Siwicki 09.01.2018 08:30
Sixty-five percent of Poles believe that 2017 was a good year for both themselves and their families, according to a survey.
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The survey by pollster CBOS found that only 11 percent of Poles described 2017 as a bad year for them personally. Seven percent said the year was bad for their families.

These responses make 2017 the best year since 1989 in terms of how Polish people feel about an outgoing year, the pollster noted.

In addition, respondents were positive about their own futures, with 46 percent voicing the view that 2018 will be even better for them than 2017, while only 6 percent expect 2018 to be much worse than 2017, according to the pollster.

At the same time, 49 percent of respondents said that 2017 was a good year for the country as a whole, while 19 percent said it was bad, with 26 percent neutral and the remainder having no opinion.

The survey was carried out from December 1 to 7 on a representative random sample of 925 Polish adults.


Source: PAP, niezalezna.pl

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