Poland’s governing United Right coalition could count on 37 percent of the vote, outstripping its main rival by 9 percentage points, according to a new opinion poll.
In a Social Changes survey run for the right-wing news website wpolityce.pl, the centrist Civic Platform would get 28 percent of the vote, if a parliamentary election was held on February 19.
The two parties lost 1 percentage point each in support from the previous poll.
The Left came third on 9 percent and was followed by the conservative Poland 2050 party on 8 percent, the far-right Confederation also on 8 percent and the agrarian Polish People’s Party on 7 percent.
No other party would cross the 5 percent threshold required for parliamentary representation.
Social Changes carried out its online survey on 1,067 Poles between February 10 and 13, 2023.