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    Poll shows ruling party with strong lead in popular support

    According to a new poll by Ipsos released on Friday, the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) has the highest support among Polish voters with 34%, while the Civic Coalition (KO) opposition grouping places second with 27%. The results of the survey suggest that the PiS party is the clear front-runner in the upcoming election.

    The Confederation party, a right-wing party, has taken third place in the polls with 11% of the public’s backing. The Left follows with 8%, Poland 2050 with 6%, and the agrarian Polish People’s Party (PSL) with 5%.

    The AgroUnia-Porozumienie coalition has failed to gain a seat in Poland’s Sejm, the lower house of parliament, after only achieving 1% of the 5% threshold required.

    A total of 95% of respondents had made up their minds, while 5% remained undecided, according to a survey.

    A new prediction from Ipsos revealed that the expected turnout for the upcoming election is 67%.

    A survey conducted by Ipsos on March 20-23 revealed the opinions of 1,000 respondents through a CATI (Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing – ed.) survey method.


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