Seven in ten Poles praise president: survey
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Almost seven in ten Poles -- 69 percent -- believe Andrzej Duda is performing well as the nation's president, according to a survey.
Andrzej DudaPhoto: prezydent.pl
The study by pollster CBOS found that 27 percent of voters believed Duda was performing his duties poorly.
The survey was carried out to mark the half-way stage in Duda’s five-year term in office.
The pollster found that 73 percent of voters said they trusted Duda, while 17 percent said they distrusted him.
In addition, most respondents said that Duda was a better president than his predecessors.
Sixty-two percent said he was a better head of state than Bronisław Komorowski, 56 percent said he was better than Lech Wałęsa, and 53 percent believed he has outperformed Aleksander Kwaśniewski.
The survey was conducted between January 9 and 17, questioning 951 adult Poles on their views.