13:01 GMT04 March 2021
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    A total of 52 percent of Poland citizens say their country is moving in the wrong direction, a poll revealed on Thursday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to the poll conducted for the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper, only a third of the polled said Poland was moving in the right direction and 18 more percent remained undecided on the issue.

    Almost a half of those interviewed believe that Poland economy is in crisis, including 38 percent viewing the economic crisis as a light one and 10 percent as a severe one.

    Every forth polled said the economy in the country was growing, while only 3 percent said it was growing dynamically.

    The survey was carried out by TNS Polska research agency between March 4 and 9. The center interviewed 1,011 Polish citizens over 15 years old.

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