Forty-two percent Poles say they support conservative Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki’s government, according to a survey.
Meanwhile, 24 percent oppose the government and 29 percent are indifferent, the study by pollster CBOS found.
The number of government supporters rose 3 percentage points while the number of opponents fell 5 percentage points compared to October.
Five percent replied that it was “hard to say” when asked about their views.
CBOS carried out its poll between November 8 and 15 on a representative, random sample of 1,051 adults.
Morawiecki’s Cabinet was sworn into office at the end of last year.