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    Nearly 50 per cent of Poles equate military growth with security improvement

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    A survey conducted by the IBRiS pollster for the Rzeczpospolita daily shows that 48.1 per cent of Poles believe the purchasing of weapons and increasing the number of soldiers will improve Poland’s military security.

    Forty-three per cent of respondents hold the opposite opinion. According to them, more weapons and soldiers are insufficient actions to increase Poland’s security. The remaining 8.6 per cent answered that they do not know.

    The daily indicates that the acceptance of limiting the issue of state security only to the number of military personnel and large purchases of arms is supported mainly by followers of the ruling camp (90 per cent), while supporters of the opposition (56 per cent) think otherwise.

    Among people with unspecified electoral preferences, the division of opinions is almost equal – 40 per cent are in favour and 42 per cent against.

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