Sure, but when that high-flying, well-educated Polish guy reaches British or American shores, he's going to be in for one hell of a shock as far as the money- and celebrity-obsessed, frumpy yet insanely picky local British women are concerned, unless he's rich/extremely handsome, which most Polish guys I've encountered in the UK certainly aren't. Isn't he then going to be sorely tempted to return to Poland at some point to try to find a more attractive partner/wife and this will balance out the surplus of women somewhat in the future?
Locally (rural eastern Poland) my wife and I have been amazed at how many very well educated and attractive women are married to guys who are literally at the education level of farmhands with no interests outside raising a cow and some chickens and getting in a small crop every year. The trick is....these guys came with a house and small farm = stability. What we have wondered is.....what the hell do they find to talk about??
The fluctuating price of wheat on the Chicago commodity exchange? ;-) If they get on well and are happy, then good luck to them.
But the situation you described is actually the opposite we have in the UK, where the guy is often much better educated, with a broader range of intellectual interests,than his partner who is more concerned with celebrity gossip magazines and trashy TV, such is the malign influence of the US on British cultural life in recent years coupled with a surplus of single men competing for an increasingly stuck-up and entitled, not to mention an often obese, population of scarce women. If you're a single Polish guy thinking about coming to the UK and maybe in time finding a partner here, please think again - you don't realize how good you have it in Poland.
Incidentally, are there any Polish guys on here who have experience of dating UK women? How would you compare the two countries as far dating is concerned? Would you agree that finding suitable British women to date, especially if you're an older guy around 40, is much more difficult in England than in Poland? I'd be fascinated to hear what your opinions are on this topic.