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Poles trust their president like no one else

24th September 2012
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Polish President Bronisław Komorowski enjoys the greatest public confidence among all the politicians in the country, according to a recent CBOS poll.

As many as 67 percent of Poles admit they trust their president, Rzeczpospolita wrote, citing the poll. Minister of Foreign Affairs Radosław Sikorski was second on the list (47 percent), while Ryszard Kalisz, member of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) and former minister of internal affairs, is ranked third (46 percent).

Janusz Palikot, founder and leader of the breakaway Palikot’s Movement party, tops the distrust list with some 51 percent of surveyed Poles claiming they do not trust him at all.

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