98% of Poles feel safe where they live: survey
PR dla Zagranicy
An overwhelming 98 percent of Poles consider the area in which they live as safe, according to a new survey.
The study by pollster CBOS found that 89 percent of Poles believe their country as a whole is a safe place to live.
Eight percent of respondents said that Poland was not a safe country to live in, while three percent were undecided.
The percentage of those saying their neighbourhood or residential area were safe has increased by 5 percentage points from the previous such study, the pollster said.
The latest survey was conducted from April 4 to 11 on a representative, random sample of 1,064 adults.