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Poles' concern over political situation on the rise

Poles' concern over political situation on the rise

Fifty-four percent of Poles believe the country is heading "in the wrong direction," the latest survey by pollster TNS Polska shows.

The figure marks a three-percentage-point increase since the research center's February survey. One in three respondents, meanwhile, believe the political situation is improving. Seventeen percent of those questioned had no opinion on the matter.

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