Introduced by the Government of Law and Justice 500 plus program on the one hand it has been formally accepted by Civic Platform politicians and on the other hand it is regularly attacked. For example, a deputy and vice president of the PO Izabela Leszczynac a few days ago, she stated that the 500 plus program “didn’t really improve quality of life”:
[500 plus] It didn’t really improve the quality of life because the child’s quality of life is good school, health care, nothing like that happened
Hazel said. She added that “we’ve had this benefit for seven years” and she doesn’t know “what value we’ve added” in studies.
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Meanwhile, according to the studio’s latest research Social changescommissioned by the portal wPolityce.plPoland has a different view. In answer to the question:
Do you think the 500 plus program has improved the quality of life of Polish families?
– until 52 percent of respondents answered “certainly yes” or “rather yes”.
in my opinion 33 percent of the respondents, 500 plus did not improve the quality of life of Polish families. 15 percent has no opinion on this.
United Right voters are extremely satisfied with the support program for Polish families; a whopping 88 percent are in good standing of 500 plus. Interestingly, though, 500 plus rates about 40 percent well. Citizens’ Coalition voters and Poland 2050.
The survey was conducted using the CAWI (Computer Assisted Web Interview) method on the Internet panel on June 10-13, 2022. The survey was conducted among a nationwide, representative sample (by gender, age, size of residence) of Poles. N = 1068 people participated in the study.