i don't think you can catergorise the classes as you have done.
Of course it's not set in stone but remember middle class people dont just own homes they own businesses aswell meaning they have people working for them.
The whole working class tag is based on the assumption that you go to work for someone else (a boss) and get paid for it. That's what makes someone working class, if you're further on in life (i.e. your own company) and you're not working for someone else, then your middle class.
You can act middle class but the majority vote is that unless you've got assets, a company and a house then your still working class.
not sure if i want to make too much of class divides but 2 social groups that are growing in size are the young, upwardly mobile and the nouveaux riche...
there is still apparent poverty everywhere you look...
But I did notice tention between 2 groups of people. I noticed a lot of Poles I met in other places don't like people from Warsawa.
Some of the people said that they were snobs. One girl I spoke to in Warsawa said she dont like Poles from some area (i cant remember the name) as they speak in slang and use dirty words such as nara when they greet each other.
is nara a rude way of saying hello? or is it that posh poles don't like to use any slang? We have a similar class based language issue in England.