Poland’s governing Law and Justice party would have scooped 39.2 percent of the vote, if a general election had been held on Sunday, according to a new opinion poll.
Poland's ruling United Right coalition, comprising Law and Justice (PiS) and its two junior partners, Agreement and Solidary Poland, continues to lead the voter support ranking, a recent survey by the CBOS pollster shows.
Were Polish parliamentary elections to be held next Sunday, the ruling United Right coalition would get 28 percent of the vote, according to a Social Changes survey for the right-wing portal wPolityce.pl.
A new opinion poll shows that support for the ruling United Right camp its only two percentage points above than the backing for its closest rival, the main opposition Civic Coalition (KO) block.
Warsaw police have detained 278 people after Saturday protests against government anti-coronavirus restrictions that took their most severe form since the spring's first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
If parliamentary elections were held in Poland in October, 37 pct of those polled would vote for ruling party Law and Justice (PiS). The main opposition grouping, the Civic Coalition (KO), would receive 26.8 pct support, shows an IBRiS poll for the Onet web portal.
Voter support for the ruling United Right camp grew by 2 ppts since the turn of June-July to reach 44 percent in August, according to the latest study by the CBOS pollster.
President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday appealed to Poland's opposition, including the Polish People's Party (PSL), the Polish Coalition and the Confederation grouping, for post-election talks about major national issues.
Incumbent ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) and its junior partners won Sunday's parliamentary election and secured a ruling majority in the lower house of parliament, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) said Monday evening announcing the official results of the vote.
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.