Poland’s ruling conservatives well ahead in ratings
PR dla Zagranicy
If parliamentary elections were held this weekend, Poland’s ruling conservative Law and Justice party would win 47 percent of the vote, according to a survey.
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The study by the Pollster Research Institute for the Super Express tabloid and for the Nowa television station found that the Civic Platform, the largest opposition party, can count on 19 percent support.
The Democratic Left Alliance, which has no parliamentary representation in the current term, is third, with 8 percent.
The five-percent threshold required for entering parliament would be exceeded by four other parties, the survey found.
According to another survey, carried out by the Estymator Pollster for the DoRzeczy.pl website, support for Law and Justice stands at 50.2 percent. The Civic Platform is second, with just under 23 percent and the Kukiz ‘15 grouping third, with 7.3 percent.
The Democratic Left Alliance and the Polish People’s Party are the two remaining parties that would enter parliament.
The survey was conducted on a representative group of 1,009 adult Poles, taking into account only those who have defined their voting preferences.