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    Major Victory for Ruling Party as Support Poll Results Reveal Lead

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    According to a United Surveys poll, Poland’s ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) would have earned 32.3 per cent of the vote if an election had been held last Sunday (April 23). The survey suggests that the party would have won in the hypothetical election.

    The Civic Coalition (KO) emerged as the main opposition party in Poland with 24.2% of the votes, closely followed by the Polish Coalition (Poland 2050, Polish People’s Party) with 13.7%. The far-right Confederation came in third with 9.8%, while The Left secured 9% of the votes.

    A recent survey revealed that more than 10% of respondents were undecided.

    35.6 per cent of survey respondents said they will vote, with 19.3 per cent expressing a strong intention to do so, while 16 per cent said they would rather not. 23.7 per cent said they would not vote, and 5.4 per cent were unsure.

    The poll, which was conducted between April 21-23, aimed to gain insights into the opinions of the Polish population. A computer-assisted poll by United Surveys was recently conducted on a random sample of 1,000 Poles.


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