THE ATTITUDES OF POLES TO THE EUROPEAN UNION (Postawy Polaków wobec Unii Europejskiej)
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Studies of the Polish public opinion demonstrate the stability of support for European integration in the period after accession to the European Union. Transient weakness of indicators in the first year of membership did not translate into any long-term trends. After the passing of the 'accession shock', also the relatively sharp division in the pre-accession period into Eurosceptics and Euro-enthusiasts seems to have disappeared both on the political scene and in the public sphere. Nevertheless, stable support for European integration and a growing sense that the process brings about substantial benefits for the Polish people, should not be treated as a firm foundation for future attitudes towards the European Union. Current stability of pro-European attitudes cannot be treated as proof of their long-term solidity.
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