United Right - 43.6 pct, Civic Coalition 27.4 pct - exit poll
Poland's ruling coalition United Right, led by the conservative but socially-oriented Law and Justice party (PiS), received 43.6 percent of the vote in Sunday's parliamentary elections, an Ipsos exit poll for public and private TV stations showed.
The ruling party's main contender, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO), led by the Civic Platform (PO), received 27.4 percent of the vote.
The Left, a coalition of three left-wing parties, running under the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) party banner, was supported by 11.9 percent.
The agrarian Polish People's Party (PSL), which ran together with the right-wing Kukiz'15 movement, was supported by 9.6 percent of voters.
The far-right Confederation was backed by 6.4 percent of voters in the Ipsos exit poll.
According to the exit poll, the United Right will get 239 mandates, KO can count on 130 mandates, SLD will take 43 seats, PSL will get 34 and Confederation will receive 13.
If the poll is confirmed in official results, the PiS-led coalition will again enjoy a ruling majority in the 460-seat Sejm (lower house).
Voter turnout reached 61.1 percent, according to the survey.
Ipsos ran the poll for the public TVP and private TVN and Polsat TV stations.