what does that have to do with comparing Poland to America? that's all we're comparing here.
Because when comparing places, it's usually relative to where you've been/lived at. Dunno, I I see Poland/US as having subtle differences. Water comes out of facets, you can buy coffee, there are roads, grocery stores, toilet paper, no street urchins/masses of beggars, no open sewers, etc.
The cultures are pretty much the same, same family structures. Men, women, and children have pretty much the same roles. The majority of values carry across the ocean.
Do you see as big of a difference between the US and Poland as say the US and the UK? Germany?