Incumbent president leads voter support poll ahead of run-off election

Andrzej Duda (pictured) saw his support at 47 pct ahead of run-off election, while his rival Rafał Trzaskowski could count on 46 pct of the votes Leszek Szymański/PAP

Incumbent President Andrzej Duda saw his support at 47 pct ahead of run-off election, while his rival Rafał Trzaskowski of the Civic Coalition could count on 46 pct of the votes, shows a survey by Social Changes pollster for wPolityce.pl.

The poll also said that among Duda's supporters, 51 percent of people declared their strong support for the president, while Trzaskowski's firm electorate stood at 49 percent.

According to the study, 7 percent of the voters could not say whom they would vote for, the study showed.

Out of 75 percent of people willing to vote, 56 percent of those surveyed would participate in the elections "definitely", and 19 percent that "rather yes." Seventeen percent of the voters declared they would not vote in the second round (8 percent "definitely not" and 9 percent "rather not"). For eight percent of them it was "hard to say."

The survey was run on July 3-7, 2020, using the CAWI web interview method on a representative sample of 1,094 Poles.