I think you need maths lessons Sok - 1.5 million, plus 1.3 million, plus 400k = 3.2 million. There were (as you say) - nearly 3 million Poles - therefore - they weren't
No, to be specific they constituted 48.2% in 1928 (later it rose but i dont have access to any statistics) which makes them a majority of the population, the majority of the population since they were twice as large as any other group, thats called majority in any studies.
No bad thing, just a curious side note to history that they weren't a majority in that area.
Yes they were, relative to any other population whom they outnumbered 2:1 which combined with the fact that such demographics prevailed for the past 300 years made it a very polish land in every respect, historic, cultural and demographic.
Depends on what view you take.
How about you take a polish view for a second.
Poland comes to Ukraine, builds roads, bridges, schools, universities, brings an army that stabilizes the region that was the european equivalent of the warring Africa, for 400+ years Poles develop the region, everything thats built is built by Poles or commissioned by Poles, then after 400+ years the ukrainian minority decides that the land and all polish property on it should belong to them because their distant ancestors had a bunch of castles in the area almost half a millenium ago.
They walk in shoes made by polish factories, their water, heating, food and schools are there only because of Poles, they themselves contributed nothing for half a millenium yet the land is theirs because of what?