The United Right holds a slight lead over the centrist Civic Coalition (KO), Poland's main opposition bloc, indicates a new poll.
Poland's ruling camp, the United Right would win the general election with support at 34.9 percent but it would not be enough to form a majority government, an IBRiS poll for the Onet website has found.
Poland's ruling United Right coalition would win an election held this Sunday with 33.9 percent of the vote. Second would be main opposition grouping Civic Coalition with 26.6 percent, the Research Partner pollster said in a Thursday-published survey.
Polish opposition parties have a good chance of winning the 2023 parliamentary election if they unite against the ruling United Right coalition, two recent polls have shown.
Law and Justice (PiS), the ruling party in Poland, leads in the voter support poll, however, a new grassroots movement, the conservative Poland 2050, is hot on their heels.
The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party won the vote to Poland's province assemblies in Sunday's local election, winning 254 mandates, the State Electoral Commission (PKW) announced in the early hours on Thursday.
The Civic Platform (PO), Nowoczesna and Polish People's Party (PSL) opposition parties jointly announced with the 'Black Protest' group on Tuesday that they had commenced social consultation concerning a project to introduce compulsory sex education.