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    Over 35% of voters support the United Right in April

    Poland’s ruling United Right coalition has recorded a drop in support from 38 per cent in March to 35.4 per cent in April, a new poll has revealed.

    The survey by the Pollster research organisation for the weekend edition of the Super Express newspaper asked respondents who they would vote for if parliamentary elections were to be held on Sunday.

    A total of 35.41 per cent of pollees declared an intention to vote for the United Right with 26.48 per cent voicing support for the main opposition grouping, Civic Coalition, and 10.12 per cent backing the grassroots Polska 2050 party of TV celebrity and journalist Szymon Holownia.

    The Left also recorded 10.12 per cent of support and the pro-farmer Polish People’s Party came in fifth place with 5.7 per cent followed by the far-right Confederation (Konfederacja) party with 5.45 per cent of the vote.

    Two other parties – Kukiz ’15 and former United Right junior member Agreement (Porozumienie) – failed to pass the 5-per cent threshold needed to take seats in the Sejm, Poland’s lower house of parliament, with 2.14 per cent and 0.3 per cent respectively.

    Pollster conducted the survey on April 27-28 on a sample of 1,046 adult Poles. 


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