Actually, the Hapsburgs are generally well remembered in Poland.
According to who? While the Austrians were by far the least oppressive of the partitioning powers, they still took part in many oppressive activities, such as destroying the Wolne Miasto Kraków.
There are still portraits and bust of Emperor Franz Joseph in Polish cities in some restaurants.
Meaningless, because there are plenty of places in Poland where you can find Lenin's picture among others. Communist themed pubs and restaurants are commonplace.
The Ukrainians don't remember Galicia as warmly.
Of course not, because they were oppressed. Both Poles and Austrians had vested interests in denying Ukrainian self-identity.