Perceptions on religious identity and being Polish in 2018

This statistic displays the opinions of Polish people on whether people of different religious identities are really Polish or not. According to the survey conducted by Ipsos a majority of respondents thought that Christians and Atheists were really Polish, compared with a minority who thought Buddhists, Hindus and Muslims were really Polish.

Please indicate if you think a person like this is, or is not really Polish?*

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Source

Release date

June 2018

Region

Poland

Survey time period

April 20 to May 4, 2018

Number of respondents

500+

Age group

16-64 years

Method of interview

Online panel

Supplementary notes

* This question was phrased by the source as follows: "For each item in the list below, please indicate if you think a person like this is or is not a real [country denonym]?"

The results have been weighted to represent the entire population.

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