Mateusz Morawiecki or Donald Tusk is a better prime minister? Poles rated them in a survey

Mateusz Morawiecki or Donald Tusk is a better prime minister?  Poles rated them in a survey

Mateusz Morawiecki defeated Donald Tusk in the poll. However, he will not be happy with this, because he was considered the worst Polish prime minister after 2001.

SW Research, commissioned by “Rzeczpospolita”, asked respondents “Who do you think was the worst prime minister of Poland after 2001?” The choices were Leszek Miller (2001-2004), Marek Belka (2004-2005), Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz (2005), Jarosław Kaczyński (2005-2007), Donald Tusk (2007-2014), Ewa Kopacz (2014-2015), Beata Szydło (2015-2017) and Mateusz Morawiecki (2017-2023).

Ranking of the worst prime ministers in the 21st century

Most people chose Morawiecki, who received 25.6 percent. In second place was Tusk, chosen by 18.4 percent. respondents. Kaczyński came in third with 13.9 percent. Szydło was off the podium, as 7.7% of voters considered her to be the worst prime minister. subjects.

For 6.4 percent respondents, the worst head of government was Kopacz, and Marcinkiewicz deserved this title among 2.4 percent. people. Miller recorded 1.5% in this poll, and the last, but not the worst, was Belka with 1.2%. 22.9 percent respondents were unable to name any politician who deserved to be called the worst.

Who will be prime minister after the last elections?

Morawiecki probably won’t have a chance to improve his ratings for now. It is true that after the elections held on October 15, Andrzej Duda entrusted him with the mission of forming a government, but there is no indication that Morawiecki will gain a majority. It all seems that the head of government will be Tusk, who is nominated as prime minister by the Civic Coalition, Third Way and the Left.

The survey was conducted among users of the SW Panel online panel from November 21 to 22, 2023. The analysis covered 800 adult Internet users. The sample was selected randomly and by quota. The structure of the sample was adjusted using analytical weight to correspond to the structure of adult Poles in terms of key characteristics related to the subject of the study. When constructing the weight, socio-demographic variables were taken into account.

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