How is the work of the government ministers – and of the head of government himself – assessed by Poles? This question was heard by the respondents in the IBRiS poll for the daily “Rzeczpospolita”. Mateusz Morawiecki received the greatest number of positive opinions, i.e. 42 percent. The highest number of negative opinions was given to Jarosław Kaczyński, Przemysław Czarnek, Zbigniew Ziobro and Jacek Sasin.
The Institute for Market and Social Research (IBRiS) conducted a survey for “Rzeczpospolita” in which it was asked how Poles assess the work of ministers of the current government.
The prime minister received the highest rating on the list Mateusz Morawiecki. His work was assessed well by 42 percent of respondents, but also bad – 45 percent.
The lowest ranked are Jaroslaw Kaczynski and Przemysław Czarnek. The work of the deputy prime minister for security was assessed positively by 31 percent of respondents, and poorly by 53 percent. As far as the minister of education and science is concerned, his work was assessed positively by 20 percent of those questioned, and bad by 49 percent.
The survey was carried out, as reported, after the crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border. The work of the head of the Ministry of National Defense was positive in the study Mariusz Błaszczak 33 percent of people rated it against 34 percent negative. Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration Mariusz Kamiński 25 percent of the respondents assessed positively, and 42 percent negatively. Minister of Foreign Affairs Zbigniew Rau it received 16 percent positive and 25 percent negative ratings.
Minister in the Ministry of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro was positively assessed by 29% of the respondents, and 48% of the respondents assessed it negatively.
Michał Dworczyk, head of the prime minister’s office and coordinator of the government’s immunization program, received both 35 percent positive and 35 percent negative ratings.
Assessing the Minister of Health Adam Niedzielski34 percent of respondents were positive about it, and 29 percent – negative. Niedzielski received more positive than negative ratings.
Minister of Labor and Social Policy Marlena Maląg received 21 percent positive ratings and 20 percent negative ratings. The minister of infrastructure also has slightly more supporters than opponents Andrzej Adamczyk. His work was assessed well by 19 percent of respondents, and bad by 15 percent.
29 percent of respondents positively assessed the deputy prime minister and minister of culture and sport Piotr Glińskiand wrong – 34 percent. Work of the deputy prime minister, minister of state assets Jacek Sasin 24 percent of respondents assessed positively, and twice as many – 48 percent negatively.
Minister of Climate and Environment Michał Kurtyka received 14 percent positive and 23 percent negative ratings. The work of the Minister of Finance Tadeusz Kościński 14 percent of the respondents assessed positively and 20 percent negatively. Minister of Agriculture Grzegorz Puda 13% of respondents assessed positively, and 26% negatively.
The telephone research was conducted on September 1 and 2 on a group of 1,100 respondents.
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