Lowering Poland’s retirement age from 65 to 60 is backed by two-thirds of Poles.

“Women more often than men support the move – 71% of females vs. 62% of males,” Piotr Zimolzak, from SW Research told the Rzeczposolita daily, which commissioned the survey.

More specifically, lowering the retirement age is backed mostly appeals mostly by people aged between 25 and 34.

The new policy will also be favoured by 73% of respondents with an income lower than PLN 1,000 a month....


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