Which parties would win seats in the Sejm? Poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24

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Who would make it to the parliament? Kantar poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24
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Law and Justice (PiS) is still in the lead when it comes to voter support. According to a recent poll by Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, 44 percent of Poles would vote for the list including candidates from PiS, United Poland and Agreement. Civic Coalition would secure 27 percent of votes.

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In the phone survey conducted by Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, the respondents were asked which party would they vote for if the parliamentary election was held in the coming days.

Forty four (44) percent declared voting for candidates from the list of PiS, United Poland and Agreement, whereas 27 percent - for Civic Coalition (Civic Platform, Modern Party, Polish Initiative and the Greens) candidates.

The left-wing bloc Lewica (Democratic Left Alliance, Spring and Razem) would take the third place with 11 percent of votes.

According to the poll, Confederation (KORWiN and National Movement) would also win seats in the Sejm with 5 percent of votes.

The joint list of Polish People's Party (PSL) and Kukiz'15 wouldn't win any seats in the parliament as only 4 percent of respondents picked this option. Bezpartyjni Samorządowcy (Non-Partisan Self-Governors) also wouldn't pass the minimum threshold with only 1 percent.

In the Polish electoral system, the minimum threshold for political parties is 5 percent, whereas for coalitions - 8 percent.

The respondents were asked which party would they vote for if the parliamentary election was held in the coming daysKantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, TVN24 News in English

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