According to a recent survey conducted by the Estymator pollster, Poland’s ruling United Right coalition maintains its lead in voter support. If an election were held presently, the coalition would secure 34.9 percent of the vote, indicating a strong position.
If an election were held at this time, the coalition would secure 34.9 percent of the vote. The centrist Civic Coalition would come in second place with 31.4 percent, followed by the far-right Confederation party with 13.5 percent.
The coalition between Poland 2050 and the Polish People’s Party (PSL), known as the Third Way, would receive the backing of 10.5 percent of respondents. The New Left, a coalition of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), Spring (Wiosna), and Together (Razem) parties, would obtain 7.3 percent of voter support, granting them seats in parliament.
Other groups would remain below the 5-percent parliamentary threshold.
The poll, conducted on June 22-23, surveyed 1,052 Poles for DoRzeczy.pl who expressed an intention to vote in the upcoming elections. The declared turnout for the poll was 58 percent. Based on the results, the United Right would secure 193 seats in the lower house of parliament (Sejm), the Civic Coalition would obtain 148 seats, the Confederation party would have 54 seats, the Third Way would secure 42 seats, the New Left would obtain 22 seats, and other groups would have one seat each.