President Andrzej Duda remains Poland’s most trusted politician, with 69 percent of respondents to a new survey saying they have confidence in him.
Pollster CBOS said trust in the president had dropped three percentage points compared with a similar survey a month earlier.
At the same time, 19 percent of respondents said they did not trust Duda.
Poland’s second most-trusted politician is Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, with 60 percent of those surveyed saying they have confidence in him, the CBOS poll found.
Meanwhile, opposition leader Grzegorz Schetyna is the least trusted politician in the country, according to the survey.
In early March, 51 percent of respondents said they distrusted Schetyna, who was Poland’s foreign minister from September 2014 until his Civic Platform (PO) party lost parliamentary elections in late 2015.
Twenty-one percent of those polled said they had confidence in Schetyna, CBOS said.
The survey was carried out from March 1 to 8 on a representative sample of 1,092 adults.