The survey was conducted by the SW Research sociological monitoring service commissioned by the newspaper Rzeczpospolita. The results of this survey suggest that the opinions of Polish citizens regarding the causes of the collapse of the liner differ significantly.
So, 35,8% of respondents believe that the cause of the crash was the bad weather around the arrival airfield and crew errors that caused the aircraft to collide with a tree. Recall that such conclusions were previously reached by two different independent commissions with direct Polish participation.
36,1% of respondents stated that they do not trust official conclusions and name other factors as causes of the crash. It should be noted that the conspiracy theory of the crash of the Tu-154 (with the alleged intervention of the Russian special services) is unwound by individual Polish politicians, including the brother of the Polish president who died in a plane crash. The same theory is trying to promote the current Minister of Defense of Poland Anthony Macieserevich, who in Poland itself for this kind of conspiracy has already been accused of trying to score political points to move up the career ladder.
Another 28,1% of Poles noted that they generally have no thoughts about the crash of the Tu-154 in the 2010 year.