In the latest survey conducted by United Surveys for RMF FM and Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, respondents were asked about the future of the largest investments planned by Law and Justice. Should the new government continue these projects?
Participants in the survey conducted by United Surveys for RMF FM and “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” were asked to assess whether the new government, which will most likely be formed by the current opposition, should continue work on the flagship investments started by Law and Justice.
Poll. A definite yes to the construction of a nuclear power plant
At the end of September this year. Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) signed an agreement with a consortium of American companies Westinghouse and Bechtel to design the first nuclear power plant in our country as part of the government’s nuclear energy program. As much as 85 percent respondents support the construction of power plants in our country. 9.3% have the opposite opinion. respondents and 5.3 percent there is no clear opinion on this matter.
More than 3.4 respondents (76.2%) believe that the new government should continue large military spending. 17.7% have a different opinion on this matter. study participants.
51.3 percent respondents were in favor of continuing the construction of the Central Communication Port, i.e. the planned transfer hub between Warsaw and Łódź, which is to integrate air, rail and road transport. 39.7 percent of those asked are against it, and 9 percent no opinion. PiS voters predominate among those who support the continuation of this investment (92%), but this view is also shared by 26%. opposition supporters.
Slightly less – 27 percent. respondents – believe that the project regarding Polish Izera electric cars should be continued. This plan should be abandoned according to 63.1 percent. respondents and 9.9 percent has no opinion on this matter.
Poll. What about the future of the CBA and the Institute of National Remembrance?
There were strong opinions among opposition politicians regarding the liquidation of the CBA. The accusations against the CBA concern not only the politicization and abuse of the Pegasus spy system, but also very poor results. In recent years, the office had an increasingly larger budget, a total of approximately 1,300 agents were employed, and the office’s effectiveness decreased significantly.
According to 61 percent respondents The Central Anticorruption Bureau should not become history. 27.5% demand the liquidation of this institution. subjects.
The current opposition also mentioned the liquidation of the Institute of National Remembrance. 64.7% were against this idea. respondents and 23 percent supports this postulate.
The survey for RMF FM and “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” was conducted by United Surveys on October 27-29 on a sample of 1,000 people.