Poland's ruling camp retains lead in voter support poll
Poland's ruling United Right coalition, comprising Law and Justice (PiS) and its two junior partners, Agreement and Solidary Poland, continues to lead the voter support ranking, a recent survey by the CBOS pollster shows.
Thirty-one percent of those polled supported the ruling camp (up by 1 percentage point from the previous month) while 18 percent (up by 2 pps m/m) backed the main oppositionist Civic Coalition (KO) grouping, according to the poll published on Friday.
Third in the ranking was Poland 2050, a grassroots movement led by failed presidential candidate Szymon Hołownia, whose backing stood at 16 percent, unchanged from the previous poll.
The far-right Confederation (Konfederacja) party secured the fourth-place position with the 5-percent backing (down by 2 pps).
Support for the Left (Lewica) stood at 4 percent and for the Polish People's Party (PSL) at 2 percent.
CBOS ran the survey on a representative sample of 1,010 adult Poles on November 30-December 10, 2020.