Determinanty poparcia społecznego dla polskiego członkostwa w Unii Europejskiej i wprowadzenia w Polsce euro a znaczenie kampanii informacyjnej dotyczącej wspólnej waluty
AbstractThe present article has a double purpose. Firstly, the author examines the evolution of public support levels for both the Polish EU membership, and euro introduction in Poland; correlations between them are briefly presented. The data is presented chronologically for both datasets, and in the case of EU membership support included the results of own research on re- lationship between partisanship and EU accession support. The author analyses the literature on the subject, indicating the factors thought to influence public consent in both cases, discussing in particular the impact of personal choice of supporting a given political party (and political stance) on the individual's view on EU membership and euro introduction. Furthermore, a more detailed analysis of other factors in- fluencing the acceptance of euro introduction in new countries is shown - once again based on recent literature, with particular attention paid to recent studies carried out in Poland, draw- ing attention to differences with the overall European studies - grouped by type, and supported by results of numerous polls conducted in Poland over the last several years.
Liszkowska, J. (2012). Determinanty poparcia społecznego dla polskiego członkostwa w Unii Europejskiej i wprowadzenia w Polsce euro a znaczenie kampanii informacyjnej dotyczącej wspólnej waluty. Political Preferences, (3). Retrieved from https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/PP/article/view/4333
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