United Right leads latest election poll

Poland’s governing United Right coalition would come first if elections were held this Sunday, the latest Pollster survey for the Super Express daily shows.

The United Right, composed of its backbone party Law and Justice, Solidary Poland and the Republicans, would get 37.5 percent of the vote while the Civic Coalition, the main opposition grouping, which includes the Civic Platform, Nowoczesna (Modern), the Polish Initiative and the Greens parties, would come second with 24.3-percent support, according to a poll run on November 22-23.

The former television star Szymon Holownia's Polska 2050 movement would take third place with 15.7 percent of declared votes.

The right-wing Confederation, the Left and the Polish People's Party (PSL) would also cross the 5-percent parliamentary threshold needed to get seats in parliament with 8-percent backing each.

For months, the ruling coalition has been leading all voter support polls, however, recently, its support has started to decline.

"Everything indicates that Jaroslaw Kaczynski's party (Law and Justice - PAP), is doomed to create a joint bloc with the members of Confederation in order to continue to govern," Super Express wrote.