Incumbent head of state leads presidential poll - web portal

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President Andrzej Duda is supported by 46.4 percent of Estymator poll respondents who declared they would vote during the presidential election. The result is higher by 1.6 pps from the previous poll.

The incumbent president's main contender, Malgorzata Kidawa-Blonska, can count on 20.4 percent of the vote, down by 4 pps. Kidawa-Blonska has been put forward by the main opposition party, the centrist Civic Platform (PO), and is supported by the broader Civic Coalition (KO).

The support for the Left candidate, Robert Biedron rose by 1.7 pps to 11.4 percent placing him in the third position.

Wladyslaw Kosiniak Kamysz, the leader of the Polish People's Party (PSL), comes in fourth. He is supported by 10.1 percent, according to the poll commissioned by and published on Sunday.

Szymon Holownia, a journalist and independent conservative candidate, won the support of 6.9 percent, and the far-right Confederation candidate, Krzysztof Bosak, gained 4.6 percent.

The survey took into account only those people who were convinced that they would go to the polls. The declared turnout reached 57 percent.

Estymator carried out the survey on March 12-13 on a sample of 1,028 adult Poles using the computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) technique.