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Survey: Two-thirds of Poles are willing to stand up for their country in case of armed attack

18 march 2015 | 14:05

Only 27% of Poles are ready to defend their country with weapon. 

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Less than a third of Poles are ready to defend their country with weapon
Only 27% of Poles are ready to defend Poland with weapon in case of an armed attack from another country, according to the survey conducted by Millward Brown for TVN24 TV Channel.

This has been reported by Europeyska Pravda on Wednesday. Nevertheless, 37% of Polish citizens are ready to "resist, but not with weapon, but by participating in non-military activities." It was not specified what is "non-military activities" in the report.

In addition, approximately 1/10 of respondents (11%) do not know what to do in case of an armed attack on their country. 19% of respondents reported that they would leave Poland, 5% said they would adapt to the situation of occupation.

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The national survey was conducted on March 16. The sample was 1,000 adults.

Earlier, the former President Lech Walesa talked about the collapse of Russia in case it attacks Poland. In his view, Poland is secure as long as it is closely integrated into the Western structures such as the European Union and NATO.

Source: European Truth

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