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Ruling camp maintains lead in voter support poll

October 7th, 2021

Poland's ruling United Right coalition would be supported by 37 percent of voters if elections were held today, outgaining its main rival, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO), by 12 percentage points, a new poll has found. According to a Social Changes poll for the right-wing website wPolityce.pl, support for the United Right, composed of its backbone party Law and Justice, Solidary Poland and the Republicans, dropped by 1 percentage point since the previous survey. Backing for KO also fell by 1 percentage point. Poland 2050, a new grassroots movement led by TV personality and Catholic writer Szymon Holownia, could count on 14 percent of the vote, up by 2 percentage points. The far-fight Confederation would receive 11 percent of the votes, up by 2 percentage points, while the Left would secure 7 percent, down by 1 percentage point from the previous poll.


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