Sixty-seven percent of Poles disapprove of the way the Civic Platform-Polish People's Party (PO-PSL) coalition is ruling Poland, indicates a survey conducted by pollster CBOS. Only 25 percent of those surveyed think it is doing a good job, according to the poll, which was conducted in March.
Also, 45 percent described themselves as opponents of Mr Tusk's government while only 31 percent say they support the government.
This is the lowest level of support for the PO-PSL coalition since it started ruling in 2007.
Prime Minister Donald Tusk himself is not faring much better.
Fifty-seven percent of Poles are unhappy he is heading the government while only 33 percent are happy with that fact. Poles are also critical of the government's economic policies, with only 25 percent saying the policies will create a better economic situation, and 65 percent saying they will not.
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