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    Growing Support for Polexit and Euroscepticism in Poland

    A recent survey conducted by Research Partner sheds light on Poland’s shifting attitudes towards the European Union (EU) and the adoption of the euro. In just six months, the number of Poles favoring a Polexit has surged by 10%, reaching slightly over 20.5%.

    This increase is particularly pronounced among supporters of the Confederation and the Law and Justice (PiS) parties. Comparing data from 2021 and 2022 reveals a significant decline in support for EU membership, with 79% and 76% of respondents in those years respectively opting to remain within the union.

    Resistance to the Euro

    While support for remaining in the EU remains dominant, opposition to adopting the euro is widespread. A staggering 69.8% of Poles prefer to retain the national currency, the złoty, with only 16.9% in favor of adopting the euro.

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