Ruling Law and Justice continues to have highest voter support - poll

The ruling Law and Justice party would win parliamentary elections with 37.6 percent of votes if elections were held this coming Sunday.

Support for Law and Justice has edged up by 0.2 percent since the previous survey by an Estymator pollster for the DoRzeczy portal

The centrist Civic Coalition (KO), the main opposition party in parliament, could count on a 19.2 percent support (down by 2.3 pps) while Poland 2050, an independent conservative movement, would receive a 17.1 percent backing (up by 0.9 pps), according to the latest poll

The number of respondents who said they would vote for the Left has grown by 1.7 percent to 11.4 percent while the proportion of those backing the far-right Confederation is now at 6.9 percent (down by 0.2 pps)

The pro-agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL) with a 5.5 percent support (up by 0.1 pps) would be another party above the threshold of 5 percent required to win parliamentary seats.

The Kukiz'15 movement with a 2.1 percent backing would not enter the parliament.

The survey was conducted on February 25-26 using the computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) method on a representative sample of 1,041 Poles.