Poland’s governing United Right coalition would have won a narrow victory, if a general election had been held on Sunday, an opinion poll has revealed.
Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party still leads in the opinion polls with the Civic Coalition and Poland 2050 taking the next two places, according to an IBRiS poll carried out for the newspaper Rzeczpospolita.
A junior member of Poland’s United Right governing coalition could win seats in parliament as an independent party, if elections were held this Sunday, according to a new opinion poll.
The head of the Polish prime minister’s office has expressed his hope that the ruling United Right coalition will continue in its current form despite talk of rifts and division within the grouping.
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.
Poland’s governing United Right coalition should maintain its unity over the EU budget agreement, the head of the president’s cabinet has said.
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.
The ruling United Right coalition will fail to make it to the end of the parliamentary term in 2023, say 45.1 percent of respondents in a new opinion poll.
The leaders of Poland's United Right alliance, ruling party Law and Justice's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, junior partner Agreement's Jaroslaw Gowin and the other junior member Solidary Poland’s Zbigniew Ziobro, signed a new coalition deal in Warsaw on Saturday.