32.2 per cent decided that Morawiecki’s position has strengthened; 31.6 per cent answered that it weakened; 22.4 per cent said that summit did not change his position and 13.8 per cent claimed that ‘hard to say’.


In case of Jarosław Kaczyński, the leader of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), 42.4 per cent said that the summit did not change his position; 35.1 per cent claimed that it weakened; 7.6 per cent that it strengthened and 14.9 per cent that it is ‘hard to say’.


On the other hand, 62 per cent of data subjects assessed that the EU summit weakened the position of the Minister of Justice and the leader of United Poland Zbigniew Ziobro; 17.2 per cent said that his position did not change; 7 per cent claimed that it has strengthened and 13.8 per cent answered ‘hard to say’.


The United Surveys poll for ‘Dziennik Gazeta Prawna’, ‘Dziennik. pl’, RMF FM and ‘rmf24.pl’ was made between 11th and 12th December 2020 on a sample group of 1000 adult citizens nationwide.