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What are the most conservative cities in Poland?


GoneNative 1 | 2    
1 Aug 2012  #1
Which cities in Poland are considered the most politically and socially conservative?

Which, among the following, are most liberal: Lublin, Białystok, Warszawa, Kraków, Wroclaw, and Gdansk?

I've heard mixed things about all of these cities. Białystok seems pretty conservative, but I don't know about the other cities.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,100    
2 Aug 2012  #2
Which, among the following, are most liberal

They say that Kraków has strong catholic identity.
My vote goes to Warszawa or Gdansk.
MoOli 9 | 484    
2 Aug 2012  #3
Ill stick with Olsztyn!
Kowalski 7 | 621    
2 Aug 2012  #4
Lublin very conservative
Bialystok very conservative
(...)
Krakow conservative
Wroclaw liberal
Gdansk liberal

(...)
Warszawa very liberal
tesmia - | 4    
2 Aug 2012  #5
Generally cities in eastern Poland (like Białystok and Lublin) are more conservative. Those located in the western part of Poland, closer to western Europe seem to be more liberal. In my opinion Warsaw is super liberal in comparsion to other places in Poland.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,100    
2 Aug 2012  #6
Generally cities in eastern Poland (like Białystok and Lublin) are more conservative.

Some cities however are very liberal due to historical accumulation of commies who hide themselves in the nearby forests ;)
OP GoneNative 1 | 2    
2 Aug 2012  #7
Lublin very conservativeBialystok very conservative(...)Krakow conservativeWroclaw liberalGdansk liberal(...)Warszawa very liberal

Thanks, Kowalski. That's pretty much exactly as I would have put it. I've been a little confused about Lublin because, though it is a more conservative area, it is also home to Janusz Palikot, which I really wouldn't expect to come from Lublin. And I've heard that Kraków is both liberal and conservative, so that's been a bit confusing. I also heard that Warszawa was somewhat conservative, but my experience there just doesn't bear that out.
Harry    
2 Aug 2012  #8
From personal experience, some young ladies in Lublin are not in the slightest bit conservative.
OP GoneNative 1 | 2    
3 Aug 2012  #9
What about Katowice?
pawian 151 | 7,977    
3 Aug 2012  #10
From personal experience, some young ladies in Lublin are not in the slightest bit conservative.

Come on, hookers are everywhere..... Their presence doesn`t make a city/town less or more conservative....


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