June 4th, 2019
Eighty-one percent of Poles say it was worth changing the political system in 1989, after the collapse of communism, while 4 percent hold the opposite view, according to a poll published by the Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS) on Tuesday. According to the poll, 15 percent of those polled do not hold an opinion on the matter. Fully 52 percent said it was "definitely worth" changing the system, while 29 percent said it was "rather worth it." Four out of every hundred respondents said that this was not a good move on the Polish political scene, while 1 percent said it was "definitely" a bad idea.