They do it again and again and the PLN, bonds, industrial production, export and pretty much all the indicators are fine. The real world simply don't give a feck.
Exactly. Almost every other day I get some other positive news on my feed regarding either some company opening a huge office/plant in Poland, Moody's rating increasing, more investments, etc. Here was today's - thenews.pl/1/12/Artykul/327948,Investment-on-the-rise-in-Poland-finance-minister
hoping that voters in PL will stop supporting PiS but the effect is totally opposite
According to CBOS, PiS support is over 43% with PO being around 20%. Add Kukiz's 8% to the mix and we're already over the 50% mark for PiS/Kukiz. Even though I do sincerely believe both PiS/PO produce both good and bad policies, it's Polish sentiment that really matters. CBOS also states that 74% of Poles are against migration from Middle East and Africa with 90% of PiS/Kukiz supporters being against, and 50% of PO/Nowoczesna supporters against. So we clearly see that the vast majority of Poles are against migration from these lands. At least PiS had the courage to stand up the EU's forced quotas (which we were never consulted on nor does the ECJ have the authority to enforce migration according to numerous legal experts) unlike PO which kow towed to Brussels.
The realistic long term scenario is PL leaving Turbanistan Union but staying in the free trade area
That's what Poles generally desire. They want Poland to remain in EU for the sake of free movement of people and goods but are against Brussels interfering in our home affairs, our sovereignty, and attempts by EU commissars to erode our traditions and culture since they don't agree with their ideologies.