Ruling coalition maintains lead in poll

Poland's ruling United Right coalition would win a parliamentary election with 32.0 percent of the vote, a new survey by the CBOS pollster has shown.

Main opposition grouping Civic Coalition (KO) would place second with 22.0-percent backing, followed by Poland 2050.

The percentage of United Right and KO supporters grew by 1 percentage point each from a month earlier.

Poland 2050 would receive 7.0 percent support, down by 4 percentage points month on month.

The right-wing Confederation (Konfederacja) party would also be supported by 7.0 percent, up by 1 percentage point from December 2022.

Next in the poll came The Left on 5 percent, up by 1 percentage point.

The Polish People's Party (PSL)-Polish Coalition could count on 3 percent of the vote, down by 1 percentage point, which is below the 5-percent threshold needed to take seats in the Sejm, the lower house of parliament.

Eighteen percent of the respondents were undecided.

The estimated turnout for an election stood at 74 percent, 3 percentage points lower than a month earlier.

CBOS conducted the survey using a mixed-mode methodology on a representative sample of 1,028 Polish residents between January 9and 22.