About 62% of Poles say that they can no longer support refugees from Ukraine

05.02.2023, Warsaw.

The survey data of Maison & Partners showed that about 62% of the Poles believe that Poland can no longer support new refugees from Ukraine, the Internet portal obserwatorfinansowy.pl informed on February 5.

With the statement “Poland cannot afford refugees,” agreed 62% of respondents, while in September 2022, such an answer was given by only 60%. At the same time, 41% of respondents consider Ukrainian refugees, not refugees, but “economic immigrants” (against 35% in 2022).

The Maison & Partners agency commissioned by the Warsaw Business Institute conducted the survey among 1,061 citizens of Poland on January 2023, using the CAWI method (computer assisted interviewing).

In 2022 more than 5 million refugees from Ukraine passed through Poland. Almost one million of them (about 950 thousand) currently remain in Poland.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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