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The latest voter sentiment poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24

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Najnowszy sondaż partyjny dla "Faktów" TVN i TVN24
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TVN24The latest voter sentiment poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24

According to the latest Kantar poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, the ruling United Right coalition would win the upcoming parliamentary election with 29% of votes. 27% declared their support for Civic Coalition, and 13% would choose Poland 2050. In total, five parties would win seats in the Sejm.

The highest number of respondents - 29% - said they would vote for United Right (Law and Justice, United Poland, Republicans). This is 2 percentage points less than in the Kantar poll carried out using the same methodology on June 22-23.

Civic Coalition (Civic Platform, Modern, Polish Initiative, Greens) would take the second-best result of 27% (1 pp more than in June), whereas Szymon Hołownia's Poland 2050 would win 13% of votes (3 pp more).

Two more parties would pass the minimum threshold needed to win seats in the lower house: the far-right Confederation Liberty and Independence (Korwin, National Movement, Braun) with 8% of votes (2 pp more), and the Left coalition (Democratic Left Alliance, Spring, Razem) - with 7% (1 pp less).

According to the survey, the remaining parties would not pass the minimum threshold of 5%. Polish Coalition-Polish People's Party would win 2% (no change compared to June's poll).

AgroUnia would also secure 2% of votes (no change), whereas 1% would pick Kukiz'15 (on change).

Jarosław Gowin's Accord scored 0% - just like in June.

11 percent chose the option "don't know/hard to say/haven't decided yet/refused to answer". This is 3 pp less than in June.

Poll: support for political partiesTVN24

The telephone poll by Kantar Public was carried out on August 17-18, 2022, on a nationwide, representative sample of 1,003 adult residents of Poland.


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