A total of 74 percent of Poles are against the country accepting refugees from the Middle East and Africa, according to pollster CBOS.

The figure was up from just over half in a similar survey in January.

About one in five of those polled supported the relocation of refugees to Poland, while the rest had no opinion.

The poll asked specifically about the relocation of migrants from camps in countries along Europe's Mediterranean coast under an EU decision that each bloc country would accept a number of asylum seekers over two years.

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