Support for Law and Justice, Poland’s governing party, is on the rise, according to a new opinion poll published on Tuesday.
The latest survey by the IBRiS pollster for the Onet portal found that support for Law and Justice has grown by 1.8 percentage points, and reached 32.9 percent since the last poll run in January.
The centrist Civic Coalition (KO), the main opposition grouping in parliament, could count on 18.2 percent support, down by 1 percentage point, while Poland 2050, an independent conservative movement, saw its support rise by 0.4 pps to 17.3 percent.
According to the survey, six parties would enter parliament in total. The Left with 10.1 percent voter support, the pro-agrarian Polish People’s Party, which would take 5.9 percent, and the far-right Confederation on 5 percent would all win seats in the lower house of parliament.
The researchers noted that 10.6 percent of respondents did not know who they would vote for.
The poll also showed that 54 percent of respondents were prepared to vote in a parliamentary election.
The survey was conducted on February 17-28 using the computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) method on a representative sample of 1,100 Poles.