A new opinion poll has put Poland's ruling United Right coalition on 30-percent support with the main opposition grouping, Civic Coalition (KO), on 18 percent and the conservative Poland 2050 party on 9 percent.
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.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland's ruling party, Law and Justice (PiS) has said it is likely that the leader of Kukiz 15 party, which is not part of the United Right coalition, may run in the next election on the same ticket.
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.
The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party together with coalition parties Solidary Poland and the Republicans, could count on 32 percent of the vote if elections were held on Sunday, according to a new poll.
Poland's ruling United Right coalition managed to maintain a strong lead over the opposition parties in a new opinion poll.
Poland's ruling coalition is facing the loss of its parliamentary majority after three MPs quit Law and Justice (PiS), the coalition’s dominant party.
An agreement struck between Law and Justice and Kukiz’15 will lead to the two parties supporting each other in parliament the head of the ruling party said on Monday.