Presidential election result arouses no doubts among most Poles - poll

The results of the presidential election published by the State Electoral Commission (PKW) do not arouse any doubts among 76 percent of respondents to a CBOS poll. Thirty-seven percent say they are totally reliable and 39 percent say they are rather reliable.

The first round of the last presidential election was held on June 28, and the run-off vote on July 12.

Andrzej Duda was re-elected as president, having won 51.03 percent of the vote. Rafal Trzaskowski, a candidate of the Civic Coalition (KO) and Warsaw mayor, won 48.97 percent of the vote.

Fourteen percent believe that the results are unreliable, with 10 percent describing them as rather unreliable.

CBOS ran the survey on August 18-27, on a representative sample of 1,149 adult Poles, using the CAPI, CATI and CAWI methods.