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.
Poland's main opposition parties have signed a pact to defend local governments from centralisation.
The governing United Right coalition would retain power if elections were held in May, according to a new poll.
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 party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), is supported by 39 percent of respondents, far ahead of its main rival, the centrist Civic Coalition, on 24.4 percent, a poll has found.
Poland’s governing United Right coalition still leads in the popularity stakes despite a drop in support, according to a new an opinion poll published on Friday.
Poland's ruling conservative party Law and Justice (PiS) has been supported by 30 percent of Poles, while its main rival, the centrist Civic Coalition by 20 percent, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Friday-published survey.
Voter support for the ruling United Right coalition edged up 1 percentage point to 30 percent in February while major opposition groupings have lost some followers, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Friday-published survey.
If elections had been held at the end of January, Poland's ruling United Right coalition would have been supported by 33 percent of respondents to a recent poll, 2 percentage points (pps) down on the previous survey, research for the wPolityce.pl website shows.
Support for the ruling United Right (ZP) coalition rose 2 percentage points to 31 percent in December, the CBOS pollster wrote in a Wednesday-published survey.