PiS and Poland 2050 gain, Civic Coalition loses. Latest voter sentiment poll
If the parliamentary election was held in the coming days, the United Right ruling coalition would gather 30 percent of votes, according to the latest phone survey conducted by Kantar pollster for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24. The opposition Civic Coalition would get 21 percent, Szymon Hołownia's Poland 2050 would secure 20 percent (in the previous poll, 4 percent said they would support Polish Coalition of PSL and Kukiz'15).
In a telephone survey carried out by Kantar pollster, the respondents were asked which party they would vote for if the parliamentary election was held in the coming days.
30 percent of respondents declared they would vote for United Coalition, that is the joint list of Law and Justice, Accord, and United Poland. The result is higher by 3 percentage pointes than in the November 2020 survey.
Civic Coalition (consisting of Civic Platform, Modern, and Polish Initiative) would take the second result with 21 percent of votes, which 4 pp less than in the previous poll by Kantar.
The third place would be taken by Szymon Hołownia's Poland 2050, as 20 percent of respondents declared they would vote for the party. This is 6 pp more than in November 2020.
According to the poll, also the Left party politicians would make their way to the Sejm (9 percent, increase by 1 pp), as well those from Confederation (7 percent, no change).
Polish Coalition - Polish People's Party would secure 3 percent of votes.
2 percent would vote for Kukiz'15.
8 percent either didn't pick any party or refused to answer.
Compared to Kantar poll conducted at the end of November 2020, the United Right coalition gained 3 percentage points, while Civic Coalition lost 4 pp.
Percentage of Szymon Hołownia's Poland 2050 supporters is also on the rise. The 20 percent in the latest poll is higher by 6 percentage points than the result in the previous poll.
The latest poll shows the Left would receive 1 percentage point more compared to November.
Support for Confederation remains at the same level of 7 percent.
Źródło: TVN24 News in English, Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24
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