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President trusted by Poles
September 13, 2017   
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Poland's President Andrzej Duda enjoyed a clear improvement in Poles' trust in August with 56.6% assessing the president's activities "rather well" or "clearly well," up from 47.3% in July, shows the latest survey conducted by pollster Ibris for the daily Rzeczpospolita.
The results are the best since Duda assumed the office in August 2015. The president also enjoys more trust than PM Beata Szydlo who is positively assessed by 48.5% of respondents, but in contrast to Duda does not sport a positive net assessment.
Opposition voters have likely appreciated Duda vetoing the judiciary bills in July, social scientists comment.
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