The ruling United Right coalition would win parliamentary elections with 34 percent of the votes if elections were held this Sunday.
Were elections to be held in April, Poland's ruling party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), would leave its two main opponents far behind by so much that their combined result would still be lower than PiS, a poll has 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.
Poland's ruling United Right coalition have maintained their 33-percent public backing in the latest CBOS poll.
Poland's justice ministry is preparing a bill banning homosexual couples from adopting children.
The ruling Law and Justice party would win parliamentary elections with 37.6 percent of votes if elections were held this coming Sunday.
Support for the ruling United Right coalition rose by 2 percentage points to 31 percent in February, while support for the main opposition grouping, the Civic Coalition, fell 5 points to 18 percent, the Kantar pollster reported on Tuesday.
Poland's governing right-wing United Right coalition is backed by 33 percent of voters, but a new grassroots movement, the conservative Poland 2050, has overcome the so-far main opposition group, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO).
Support for the ruling United Right coalition rose to 29 percent in January (25 percent in December), main opposition grouping Civic Coalition fell 2 points to 23 percent, the Kantar pollster reported on Tuesday.
Poland's ruling conservative party has increased the distance to its main centrist rival to as much as 17.5 percentage points, shows an Estymator survey for a leading right-wing news website.