Poles most upbeat about economy since 1989: poll
PR dla Zagranicy
Forty-nine percent of Poles say the country’s economy is in good shape, while only 13 percent disagree, the best overall assessment since 1989, a new survey by pollster CBOS has found.
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The number of those positive about the economy rose by 5 percentage points from July, while the number of negative comments dropped by 2 points, according to the poll.
The percentage of respondents who say the country as a whole is headed in the right direction increased to 44 percent from 41 percent in July, the survey also found.
Forty-one percent, the same figure as in July, said things in the country are moving in the wrong direction, according to CBOS.
The poll was conducted from 17 to 24 August on a representative, random sample of 1,009 adult respondents. (gs/pk)