Ruling United Right camp extends lead in voter support - poll
Support for the ruling Law and Justice party, together with their coalition partners Solidary Poland and Agreement, grew in January to 35 percent from 31 percent in December, the latest CBOS poll shows.
Meanwhile, voter support for the main opposition grouping, Civic Coalition, made up of the Civic Platform, Nowoczesna, Polish Initiative and the Greens, fell to 14 percent from 18 percent a month earlier. Polska 2050, a movement headed by former presidential candidate Szyon Holownia, recorded 18-percent support in the survey, up from 16 percent.
Support for the right-wing Confederation Freedom and Independence bloc, a Eurosceptic coalition made up of the Konfedracja, KORWIN, National Movement and Braun parties, stood at 5 percent, unchanged from December, and the Left (Lewica), comprising New Left (formerly the Democratic Left Alliance, SLD), Spring and Left Together, was also supported by 5 percent of respondents, up from 4 percent in the previous poll.
The pro-agrarian Polish Peoples Party (PSL) fell below the 5-percent parliamentary threshold with the support of 2 percent of those polled.
The survey was conducted between January 4-14, 2021, on a sample of 1,150 people using mixed methodologies.