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Poland’s ruling conservatives well ahead: survey

PR dla Zagranicy
Paweł Kononczuk 28.11.2017 13:50
If parliamentary elections were held this Sunday, the ruling conservative Law and Justice party would receive 43 percent of the vote, six percentage points more than its result in the October 2015 election.
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According to a survey by the Pollster Institute, the Civic Platform party, the largest opposition grouping, is far behind, on 19 percent.

The five-percent threshold required for entering parliament would also be exceeded by the Kukiz ’15 grouping, with 11 percent support, Nowoczesna (Modern) with 9 percent, the Democratic Left Alliance with 6 percent and the Polish People’s Party with 5 percent.

The poll was conducted a week ago on a representative group of 1,028 adult Poles. (mk/pk)

Source: wpolityce.pl

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