Ruling party leads in support poll
Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) tops the latest support ranking with 34 percent of the vote, while the Civic Coalition (KO) opposition grouping places second with 27 percent, the Ipsos pollster reported on Friday.
In the third spot is the far-right Confederation party with 11 percent backing, followed by The Left with 8 percent, Poland 2050 with 6 percent and the agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL) with 5 percent.
Under the 5-percent parliamentary threshold needed to get seats in Sejm (the lower house of Polish parliament) is the AgroUnia-Understanding coalition with 1 percent support.
Five percent of the respondents were undecided.
The predicted election turnout is 67 percent, Ipsos wrote.
Ipsos ran the computer-assisted telephone survey on March 20-23 on a sample of around 1,000 respondents.