What else do the survey results indicate?
As the survey results indicate, many respondents have a neutral attitude to the issue of migration policy. The answer “neither bad nor good” was given by 14.7 percent. of them. 19.5 percent respondents do not know what exactly Poland’s migration policy is, therefore they cannot assess it.
Poles and the visa scandal
39.7 percent Poles believe that the visa scandal will not affect PiS’s election result; over 30 percent is of the opinion that the case will harm PiS – according to Monday’s IBRiS poll for “Rzeczpospolita” and RMF FM.
The newspaper notes that the voters of the opposition (46%), Confederation (37%), but also 20% are convinced that the scandal will translate into support for PiS. voting for PiS. “As many as 21.4 percent of respondents had not heard anything about the so-called visa scandal,” writes “Rz.”
Thanks findings of Onet journalist Andrzej Stankiewicz the public learned that Wawrzyk was expelled from the government and from the PiS lists because he helped create an illegal channel for transporting immigrants from Asia and Africa through Europe to the United States.
In addition, “Gazeta Wyborcza” and “Rzeczpospolita” previously described corruption-generating mechanisms in the visa issuance process. Special intermediary companies, including: in India, they were supposed to “circumvent the system” and offer places in the queue to the Polish embassy at prices ranging from several hundred to several thousand dollars for a visa worth several euros. In turn, the consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs allegedly put pressure on diplomatic missions to increase the number of visas issued because business demanded it.