The governing United Right coalition would come first in a general election, a Kantar poll for "Fakt" and the TVN and TVN24 channels shows.
Poland’s governing United Right coalition would come first, if elections were held this Sunday, the latest IBRiS survey for private TV station Polsat News shows.
The Polish Foreign Ministry has expressed concerns over the legitimisation of Russia's newly-elected parliamentarians due to the suppression of opposition candidates and the restriction of access to information by Russia's authorities.
Law and Justice (PiS), Poland's ruling party, has extended its lead over the opposition, according to a new opinion poll.
Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party holds pole position in an early September public support survey with 37 percent of declared votes, followed by the Civic Coalition (KO), the main opposition bloc, with 27-percent support.
Poland's governing socially conservative Law and Justice party would win 35.3 percent of the vote, if parliamentary elections were held now, a new poll has shown.
Poland’s governing United Right coalition would come first, if elections were held this Sunday, the latest IBRiS survey for private TV broadcaster Polsat shows.
Jaroslaw Gowin, leader of the Agreement (Porozumienie) party, which left Poland's ruling United Right coalition last week, has told the Super Express daily he expects elections to be held in the spring of next year.
If elections to Poland's Sejm, lower house, had been held on Sunday, the ruling United Right coalition would have won with 33.2-percent of the vote ahead of the Civic Coalition on 18.5 percent and Polska 2050 on 13.2 percent, a survey has shown.
Warsaw-based freelance journalist Jo Harper said his motivation for his book ‘Our Man in Warszawa: How the West Misread Poland’ came from him being “fed up of reading the same kind of analysis of Poland in British and American media. The book was an attempt to fill in the gaps, redress the imbalance and make the story broader.”