86% of Poles support the permanent presence of US troops in Poland! There was also a question about effective relations with the United States.
86% of respondents support the decision to permanently station US soldiers on Polish territory; 9.1% of respondents are against it, according to a poll by the market and opinion pollster Estymator for www.DoRzeczy.pl.
Poles are in favor of a permanent US troop presence in Poland.
In a poll conducted by the pollster Estymator for DoRzeczy.pl, Poles were asked whether they supported the decision to station US troops on Polish territory permanently.
The answer “definitely support” was selected by 54.6% of respondents, and “rather support” by 31.4% of respondents. “Rather not support” was the response by 6.8% of respondents, and “definitely not support” by 2.3%. 2.4%of respondents had no opinion on the matter.
An effective relationship with America
Poles were also asked which president and government had better and more effective relations with the United States.
President Andrzej Duda and the government of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki were indicated by 37.9% of respondents. In comparison, former president Bronisław Komorowski and the government of Prime Minister Donald Tusk were chosen by 26.3% of respondents. According to 21.3% of respondents, both governments had/have similar relations with the US. A total of 14.5% of respondents had no opinion on the matter.
The survey was conducted on July 5/6, 2022, on a nationwide, representative sample of 1,100 adults utilizing CATI computer-assisted telephone interviews. The survey was carried out by the market and opinion pollster, Estymator.