Page 2, 24th November 1989

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NEWS IN BRIEF Glemp on top in Polish poll

POLISH TV has carried out a survery in which Cardinal Jozef Glemp was chosen as the most popular person in Poland ahead of Prime Minister Taduesz Mazowlecki, and Solidarity leader Lech Walesa. A separate sociological survey showed 92 per cent of the Polish population to be Catholic.

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