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    The ruling party still holds most support (survey)

    Despite the reconstruction of the government and disputes in the United Right following the vote on the amendment to the Law on the Protection of Animals, support for the ruling Law and Justice party remains very high. According to the latest survey, Szymon Hołownia’s position within his „Poland 2050” movement has weakened.

    Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s party was supported by 41.6 percent of respondents, a 0.7 percentage increase compared to a study conducted two weeks ago. The Civic Coalition, placed second with 22.1% of the IBRiS respondents’ votes noted a decrease of 0.3 percentage points. Szymon Holownia’s Poland 2050 saw a drop in support from 11.2% two weeks ago to 9% in the latest parliamentary poll. According to Wirtualna Polska, the reason for the decrease in their support may be the announcement by Holownia that it is not him but Michal Kobosko who is to be the leader of the new party.

    If the elections were held on October 4, representatives of the Confederation would also enter the parliament with 7.5% of support, followed closely by the Left with 7.2% of the votes. 51.9 percent of those eligible to vote would take part in the election.


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