Kantar poll: who would make it to parliament if right-wing parties ran separately?

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If the United Right ruling coalition broke up and each party would run separately in the election, only Law and Justice would win seats in the parliament, according to a recent phone survey for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24. Jarosław Kaczyński's party, however, would not win enough votes to govern on their own.

In a telephone survey carried out by Kantar the respondents were asked which party they would vote for in the parliamentary election, if the right-wing parties ran separately. 25 percent said they would support Law and Justice.

Zbigniew Ziobro (3rd from the left), Jarosław Kaczyński (2nd from the right) and Jarosław Gowin (right)Bartłomiej Zborowski/PAP

Szymon Hołownia's Poland 2050 and Civic Coalition (Civic Platform, Modern, Polish Initiative) would win 21 percent of votes each. The Left, composed of Democratic Left Alliance, Wiosna, and Razem, could secure 8 percent of votes.

One more party would pass the minimum threshold - Confederation, which could count on 7 percent of votes. The remaining parties: Polish People's Party (3 percent), Kukiz'15 (3 percent), Jarosław Gowin's Accord (2 percent) and Zbigniew Ziobro's United Poland (1 percent) - would not win seats in the parliament.

9 percent said they did not know which answer to pick.

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The telephone survey was conducted by Kantar on April 27-28, 2021 on a nationwide, representative sample of 1001 people aged 18+.


Źródło: TVN24 News in English, Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24

Źródło zdjęcia głównego: PAP/Jakub Kamiński