Now I'm not saying that the other lot, that is PO, are much better than PIS. They're not much cop either, but that's politics for you - somebody has to run the country.
Their saving grace is that while they have their own agendas and are as self-serving as any other group, they're not fanatical.
It's truly mind boggling to me that people still give a party like PO the time of day, after all the corruption and all the public money they have siphoned out, not to mention Tusk leaving the mess he made in Poland and running off to the EU and make big money. If he runs for president and wins, I will be stunned at just how stupid my Polish brothers and sisters can be. Or perhaps they're just forgetful? They have memories like a goldfish.
You say you prefer PO to PiS because at least they're not 'fanatical.' I think it's extremely fanatical to hate your own country and rob it and every turn. PiS might not get everything right, but at least they give a damn about their nation.
Anyway, why don't you name these fanatical things they are doing? Reforming a corrupt judicial system - is this fanatical? Or perhaps refusing to take in thousands of Muslim immigrants - wouldn't it be more fanatical to take them in, like PO agreed to do? How about trying to increase the falling Polish population by paying families for every child they have, to help them out - so fanatical. Much better to increase the population with foreigners from a different culture, right? Making big foreign businesses actually pay taxes to Poland - again, fanatical? Or this latest topic, giving people a free Sunday from time to time so they can actually spend time with their families - I mean how dare they? Not to mention that private small business will still be allowed to stay open, it's the big foreign owned supermarkets who make the average Joe [or Jakub in this case] work on Sundays, that will have to close on some Sundays. They really aren't trying to hurt the Polish population with this move, they are trying to help them. Whether you agree with every one of their moves or not, their intentions at least are good. This is more than can be said for PO.
Gazeta Polska or Gazeta Polska Codziennie are still niche papers.
"W sieci prawdy" (sic!)in its present form is a typical propaganda weekly and it will never reach an audience wider than that consisting of the hardline PiS supporters.
Do Rzeczy is better, but is still behind Newsweek Polska, Wprost or Polityka which is in my view the best Polish weekly.
It would be interesting to see some sales statistics for these. For example, I'm not so sure Gazeta Polska is so niche. They sell papers around the world, not just in Poland, and have their own clubs all over Europe and in the USA.
But I agree with your overall point, that the press is pretty free in Poland and in fact it is still the anti-PiS opposition that has most of the audience in the media.