In the first weeks of April, less than a month before the 15th anniversary of Poland becoming part of the European Union, and in advance of the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament, support for Poland’s membership has reached a record high. Of the people surveyed, 91% in total declared their support, and 59% did so strongly. One in 20 respondents were not in favour of Poland’s presence in the EU, with only one in 100 being strongly against. By comparison, just after Poland joined the EU in 2004, the percentage of those against membership was four times higher than it is now. Also before the fifth and the tenth anniversary of Poland’s presence in the EU, the percentage of its opponents, though lower than immediately after accession, was considerably higher than at present. In April 2004, just before accession, support for Poland’s membership was clearly lower than afterwards.