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Hierarchy of Polish people - CBOS newest research


Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #1
CBOS points out that since 2005 the Polish hierarchy remains stable. Invariably, the most important is family happiness, which lists 82% of respondents. Next is health (74%), honesty (26%), professional work (21%), peace (19%), respect of other people (17%), religious faith (12%), friendship (10%), education (9%).

Prosperity and wealth (5%), homeland's success (3%), life full of adventure and excitement (3%), freedom of expression of own views (3%), contact with the culture and the success and fame (1%), opportunity to participate in the democratic life of the socio-political (0,2%).

According to CBOS for Polish people less and less important is religious faith (7 points decrease since 2005), homeland's success (5 points decrease) and wealth (6 points decrease).

Polish people condemn: corruption (96%), exploitation of workers by employers (96%), beating children (94%), use of position for personal gain (91%), neglect of job duties (87%), cheating spouse (85%), tax evasion (80%), speeding on the road (78%), abortion (75%), free-riding (68%), homosexuality (56%).

Behaviors that are more socially acceptable than unacceptable: sex before marriage and contraception (both 59%), relationship without marriage (53%). The most controversial are divorces which level of approval and disapproval is aligned (36% and 38%).

According to CBOS level of liberalism is varied because of the socio-demographic situation of the respondents. It decreases with the age of the respondents and their level of religiosity and increases with the increase of the education, the size of inhabited locality, the amount of income and the level of satisfaction with financial situation. The most liberal are pupils and students, mid-level employees, self-employed, service workers and the unemployed.
sobieski 107 | 2,133    
13 Aug 2013  #2
Since P3 is an apostle of CBOS opinion polls when they show the great leader in full stride...I wonder what his afterthoughts are on this one. For me it shows Poland is a normal European country after all.
Harry    
13 Aug 2013  #3
According to CBOS for Polish people less and less important is religious faith (7 points decrease since 2005)

I'm surprised that the drop has only been 7%. The number of people going on the Radio Maryja pilgrimage is more than 80% down on what it was in 2006.
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #4
I believe the old generation is the only religious group in this country. But hey! Religious faith is important only for 12% of people there. It's very low! I was surprised.
Harry    
13 Aug 2013  #5
I believe the old generation is the only religious group in this country.

Not really, there are also young people in Poland who are very religious (and middle-aged people too). However, I remember reading a couple of CBOS reports which said that higher importance of religion was more likely to be found in older people, people who live in rural areas and people who have only primary level education.

Religious faith is important only for 12% of people there. It's very low!

Could you perhaps link to the source of this info? I'd like to see the questions for myself.
That figure isn't so low compared to other data from CBOS polls, e.g. back in 2007 when people had to pick a single thing about Christmas which gave them most joy, only 5% said the religious rituals give them most joy; 71% chose family gatherings as the best bit of Christmas; in 2011 fewer than three in ten Poles said that Christmas is primarily a religious holiday.
Nile 1 | 155    
13 Aug 2013  #6
Coincidentally I remember reading a couple of CPOR reports which said that lower importance of religion was more likely to be found in criminals, bankers and those who never have been working for a living.
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #7
Harry, the whole source in in Polish.
Harry    
13 Aug 2013  #8
No problem.

Coincidentally I remember reading a couple of CPOR reports

Really? Got a source for that claim?
goofy_the_dog    
13 Aug 2013  #9
how many people have been surveyed??
could you give the sources please?
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #10
Goofy, about 1005 people have been surveyed.
goofy_the_dog    
13 Aug 2013  #11
well thats a very small group of people and apart from that these are the Polish stays ... i wouldnt believe it.
delphiandomine 86 | 16,367    
13 Aug 2013  #12
I don't know any Polish people that would put religion first, except a very small minority of nutters. Would you really put religion above your family?
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #13
Goofy, you believe too much in religious stereotypes about Poles.
goofy_the_dog    
13 Aug 2013  #14
i wasnt referring to religion.
lebowdki could u show the source please.
1000 poles of unspecified age are not the best representation of the general public.
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #15
I have to paste a link here for you?
delphiandomine 86 | 16,367    
13 Aug 2013  #16
Yes. It's a rule on PF.
OP Lebooowski 1 | 7    
13 Aug 2013  #17
CBOS stresses that since 2005 the Polish hierarchy remains stable. Invariably, the most important is family happiness , which lists 82 percent . respondents. Next, we value health - 74 percent . indications ; honesty - 26 percent . and professional work - 21 percent . 19 percent . considered as the most important value of peace ; 17 percent . - Respect other people ; 12 percent . - Religious faith , 10 percent . - Friendship , 9 percent . - Education.

For prosperity and wealth shows 5 percent .; for the welfare of the motherland - 3 percent .; a life full of adventures and experiences - 3 percent .; on the freedom of expression of their views - 3 percent .; on contact with the culture and the success and fame - after 1 per cent . , and the opportunity to participate in the democratic socio-political life - 0.2 percent .

According to CBOS increasingly irrelevant Poles attribute values ​​such as religious belief ( since 2005 . Drop indicated by 7 percentage points ) , the welfare of the motherland ( down 5 points) and wealth ( down 6 points).


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