Poles see Kaczynski and Tusk as main political leaders

Jaroslaw Kaczynski is seen as the leader of Poland's right-wing political scene, while Donald Tusk as the main opposition figure, a poll has shown.

According to a United Surveys poll for the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily and the RMF FM radio, Kaczynski, who is the leader of the United Right coalition, is also seen as the most influential man among Polish right-wing politicians.

Donald Tusk, who returned to Polish politics in early July, has immediately become the opposition leader in the eyes of respondents. In March, it was Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski who was seen as the key man among opposition leaders.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was placed right behind Kaczynski.

United Surveys ran the survey on a sample 1,000 adult Poles on July 5.