Poles like Czechs and Italians most: survey
PR dla Zagranicy
The Czechs and Italians top the list of nations that Poles like most, according to a survey.
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Poles also feel positive about Americans and Britons, followed by Slovaks, Hungarians and Spaniards, pollster CBOS has said.
Meanwhile, Arabs lead the list of nations that Poles feel most negative about, followed by Roma and Russians, the survey found.
Forty-four percent of respondents said they liked Czechs and Italians, while 43 percent each said they liked Americans and Britons.
At the other end of the spectrum, 62 percent of those polled said they felt negative about Arabs, while about 59 percent said they disliked Roma and 49 percent listed Russians.
The survey also found that Poles feel less positive about other nations that they did last year.
Positive sentiment about Czechs dropped by 15 percentage points, while falling by 13 points in the case of Italians and by 11 points for Americans.
The greatest drop in positive feelings was recorded in the case of Belarusians and Germans, each down by 16 points from last year, CBOS said.
The study was conducted from February 1 to 8 on a representative random sample of 1,057 adult respondents using the computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI) method.