Ruling coalition continues to lead in opinion poll
The governing United Right coalition would win a parliamentary election, a new opinion poll has shown.
The ruling camp would get 35 percent of the vote while the main opposition grouping, the centrist Civic Coalition, would come second with 29 percent, according to a Social Changes poll published by the right-wing news website wPolityce.pl on Thursday.
The conservative party Poland 2050 came third on 10 percent.
The only two other parties that would cross the 5-percent threshold required for parliamentary representation include the far-right Confederation party and the Left, each backed by 8 percent of respondents.
The poll also found that the Polish People's Party (PSL) would receive 4 percent of the vote, not enough to take seats in the Sejm, the lower house of parliament.
The Kukiz'15 party and the Agreement party with 2-percent support each, would also fail to enter parliament.
Of the 1,074 Poles who took part in the survey run from November 4 to 7, 57 percent said they would go to the polls.