The governing United Right coalition would retain power if elections were held in August, according to a new opinion poll.
Compared to a poll run by CBOS in early July support for Law and Justice, the dominant party in the ruling coalition and its partners, fell by 3 percentage points (pps). Civic Coalition saw its support increase by 3 percentage points.
Szymon Holownia’s Poland 2050 remained in third place and saw a slight rise in support. His party would take 10 percent, up 2 pps on July.
The hard-right Confederation would be the fourth party to enter parliament, if elections were held now, with 7 percent of respondents declaring their willingness to vote for the party.
The remaining parties would fail to cross the 5-percent threshold needed to get parliamentary seats, according to CBOS.
The expected turnout for an August election stood at 76 percent.
The survey was carried out on August 14 – 25, 2022 on a sample of 1,043 people.
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