Sidliste_Chodov Threads: 1
Joined: Jul 27, 2011
Jan 7, 2012, 12:22pm #
According to the opinion poll by GfK Custom Research Baltic, 51 percent of
Lithuanians expressed distaste at the idea of having a Polish neighbour,
with 27 percent saying “not under any circumstances,” and a further 24
percent declaring that they “would rather not.”
in that case, my Lithuanian ex must have belonged to the 49%, as dating a Pole goes slightly beyond simply living next door :)
Actually not. Only one in three Poles has negative feelings for Russians. But only 22% of Poles describe their attitude to Roma as positive, and only 23% for Arabs and 24% for Romanians.
Most interestingly of all for this forum, only 28% of Poles describe their attitude to Serbs as positive!
Oh, and more Poles describe their attitude to the English as positive than to the Americans (and more have negative attitudes to Americans than to British).
I'd say that this reflects the reality very well, except that I'm surprised at the 22% figure for Roma - I'm surprised they found so many respondents with a positive attitude towards them.
While I will admit to hearing the occasional positive comment about blacks and Asians from Poles, I have never
heard a Pole say anything positive about the Roma.
let us see how the thread develops
One does not need to be a psychic to guess how this will turn out ;) A S*rbian thread, or a J*w C*nspiracy thread, as always (insert imaginary "rolleyes" avatar here).