Poland's ruling United Right coalition enjoys the support of 37 percent of voters, against 31-percent backing for the main opposition grouping, the Civic Coalition (KO), a new poll has shown.
If parliamentary elections were to be held in Poland this Sunday, the ruling United Right coalition would gain 37 percent of the vote, while the main opposition grouping, Civic Coalition, would receive 26 percent support, a new survey reveals.
Poland's governing party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), would win in coalition with Kukiz'15, a party that usually supports PiS, if elections were held in the coming days, a poll has found.
The ruling United Right coalition would win a parliamentary election, according to a recent survey run by the Social Changes pollster for the wPolityce portal.
Poland's governing United Right coalition has retained its top spot in a recent poll with 34 percent backing after losing one of its coalition partners, the Agreement party.
Agreement party MP Marcin Ociepa has announced the formation of the new parliamentary grouping 'Poland Anew'.
The leader of the Agreement (Porozumienie) party, which left Poland's ruling United Right coalition on Wednesday, announced the formation of the party's own parliamentary group on Thursday.
The leadership of Agreement, a junior partner of the United Right coalition, have made an official decision to leave the ruling camp.
Commenting on the dismissal of Agreement leader Jaroslaw Gowin from his posts within the government, Anita Czerwinska said that there can be no place for someone who negates the government's work.
Jaroslaw Gowin, the deputy prime minister, whose dismissal has been announced today, has stated that it is the end of the United Right coalition.