“30.6 percent voters of the ruling coalition justify their intention to vote for the coalition with a positive assessment of the current government; 40.6% of Civic Coalition voters vote for this party to remove PiS from power,” according to a CBOS survey.
30.6 percent The voters of the ruling coalition justified their intention to vote for the coalition with a positive overall assessment of the government so far. 14.6 percent voted United Rightbecause “their politicians are the most credible and honest and implement their election slogans.”
10.4 percent respondents vote for PiS because “it cares about families, children and young people”; 9.2 percent because they care about ordinary people, often the poorer ones. 8.2 percent the reason given was satisfaction with their own living conditions under this rule; 8 percent – a good social benefit program, higher salaries and 7.6 percent Because they care about retirees, they lowered the retirement age. 6.7 percent emphasized that the ZP program is close to them in terms of worldview.
According to CBOS among voters Civic coalition the main motivation for voting for this party, mentioned by 40.6 percent. voters, is to remove PiS from power. 16 percent of respondents emphasized that the KO program was close to them in terms of worldview.
12.3 percent of respondents will vote for KO because they consider this party to be “the lesser evil”. 11.4 percent found that KO politicians are the most credible and honest and implement their election slogans; according to 10.3 percent are pro-European, they will improve our relations with the EU and our image in the world. 7.1 percent believed that they would guarantee/restore civil liberties, democracy and respect for the law.
How Confederacy Voters Vote
Voters WiN Confederation most often indicated that their worldview was in line with the party’s program (30.2%). 26.4 percent believe that the Confederation has a chance to bring something new to Polish politics, as it has never governed before and is “outside the system” and is represented by relatively young people. 10.4 percent vote for the Confederacy, thanks to their liberal economic policies. According to 9.8 percent, the country’s economic situation will improve.
40 percent voters Third way will vote for it due to the compatibility of the coalition program with their worldview. 22 percent expressed the hope that the coalition will bring something new to Polish politics than the “PiS-PO duopoly”. 10.3 percent of respondents will vote for the Third Way because of “lack of better options” and because in their opinion the Third Way is the “lesser evil.” According to 7.0 percent, the country’s economic situation will improve.
Motivations of voters for the left
The main motivation for people to vote Left was the congruence of their worldview with the program (31.9%). 21 percent presented the argument that it is the most progressive formation that will ensure the rights of women and the LGBT community. 11.6 percent respondents believe that left-wing politicians are the most credible and honest and carry out their election slogans. According to 7.6 percent, PiS must be removed from power, change is needed. 7.1 percent thought the left would care for ordinary people.
Two surveys “Current Issues and Events” (399 and 400) were conducted as part of the mixed procedure on representative samples of adult residents of Poland taken from the PESEL register.
The first survey was conducted from July 3 to July 16, 2023 on a sample of 1,004 people (including: 63.2% using the CAPI method, 21.6% – CATI and 15.2% – CAWI). The second survey was conducted from August 14 to 27, 2023 on a sample of 1,024 people (including: 61.9% using the CAPI method, 24.8% – CATI and 13.3% – CAWI). CBOS has been conducting statutory investigations since May 2020 in accordance with the procedure described above, each time providing a proportion of face-to-face, telephone and online interviews.
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