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    United Right maintains advantage in recent survey

    A poll has revealed that the United Right ruling coalition in Poland is still in the lead compared to the centrist Civic Coalition (KO).

    The Pollster Institute survey, released on Friday and conducted for the Super Express tabloid, showed that the United Right would receive 34 per cent of the vote if the general election was held on Sunday, March 13, while KO would earn 28 per cent.

    Poland 2050, a centre-right political party, would place third in the election at 11 per cent, followed by the far-right Confederation at 10 per cent.

    Nine per cent of respondents expressed their support for the Left. This would be enough to give them seats in the parliament, while other parties failed to acquire the minimum five per cent of votes needed for representation.

    The Pollster Institute conducted the survey on March 13-14, 2023.


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