Invasion of Ukraine 2022

Click image below to find the latest data from Poland.

All Graphs - Poland 2022


Seventy percent of Poles say their country is on the wrong track – the highest wrong track percentage recorded. More Poles (40%) strongly agree that the world is an increasingly dangerous place than the citizens in the other countries surveyed. A total of 8 in 10 Poles agree the world is a
dangerous place. Only in France (81% agree) do more people feel more threatened by the world.

More than 7 in 10 of Poles (72%) say Russia’s reasons for invading Ukraine are not legitimate – more
than in Hungary (53%), Greece (56%). Germany (66%), Italy (67%), and Romania (69%).

Strong support (61%) for NATO in Poland is higher than in every other country surveyed and 50% of
Poles highly trust NATO. Only high trust for NATO in Romania (51%) surpasses trust for NATO in Poland.

Forty-three percent of Poles strongly agree that Russian aggression is a threat to Polish democracy
and sovereignty. By comparison, 48% of Germans see Russian aggression as a threat to Germany’s
democracy, but only 11% view it as a threat to Germany’s sovereignty. Polish attitudes on the threat
posed by Russia are more in line with Estonia where 43% see Russian aggression as a threat to
democracy and 48% perceive Russia as a threat to Estonia’s sovereignty.

Almost 8 in 10 Poles (79%) support solidarity among European Union countries choosing the
statement “within the EU we need to do everything we can to help countries in need.”

Other country highlights include:
• 84% support (76% strongly support) sanctions against Russia – tied with the Finns for strong support for sanctions.
• 79% agree (55% strongly agree) that Russian disinformation must be stopped – tied with Romania (55% strongly agree) and behind only (Estonia 61% strongly agree) and Finland (59% strongly agree).
• 76% agree (50% strongly agree) that the Russian attack on Ukraine demonstrates the need for a strong, common EU defense policy.
• 72% say Russia’s reasons for invading Ukraine are not legitimate, 28% say there was some legitimacy to Russia’s attack.

Data Poland 2022 as PDF


Invasion of Ukraine Graphs 2022 as PDFComparative Country Graphs 2021 as PDFCountry Specific Graphs 2021 as PDFComparative Country Graphs 2019 as PDFCountry Specific Graphs 2019 as PDFCountry Crosstabs 2019 as PDF