Ruling party continues to lead popularity ranking, poll

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Poland's ruling conservative party Law and Justice (PiS) has been supported by 30 percent of Poles, while its main rival, the centrist Civic Coalition by 20 percent, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Friday-published survey.

Support for PiS remained unchanged month on month in March, while KO enjoyed a three-percentage-point increase.

The grassroots movement Poland 2050 was supported by 11 percent, unchanged month on month.

Support for the right-wing Confederation party has gone down from 7 to 6 percent, compared to the results of the February survey.

The backing of the Left has gone up by 1 percentage point to 4 percent and of the agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL) has remained unchanged at 2 percent, which in both cases is not enough to achieve the 5-percent threshold required to win lower house of parliament seats.

The declared turnout for an election stood at 74 percent.

CBOS ran the mixed-mode survey from February 28 to March 10 on a representative sample of 1,078 adult Poles.