Elections season

Opposition closes in on PiS in EP elections poll

PiS would barely beat the European Coalition (KE), being only two percentage points ahead in the European Parliament elections, according to a survey by IBRIS. PiS’ result in the poll for Parliamentary elections, however, is nearly double that of the Civic Platform (PO), when counted separately from KE.

In the EP election survey, PiS would receive 40 percent of votes, whereas KE would obtain 38 percent. The new Spring Party would also cross the threshold with 7 percent and Kukiz’15 with 5 percent. 

When it comes to the parliamentary elections, PO is counted separately from KE. In this survey, PiS would receive 40 percent of the votes, whereas PO would get only 21 percent. 

When it comes to the parliamentary elections, PO is counted separately from the KO. In this survey, PiS would receive 40 percent of the votes, whereas PO would get only 21 percent

Four more political groups would enter the Sejm: Wiosna, the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) and Kukiz’15, all with 7 percent of the votes. The Peasant party (PSL) would also get in with 6 percent.

Janusz Korwin-Mikke’s party would be just below the threshold, with 4 percent. Both the Modern Party and Teraz! would receive only 1 percent.

The survey by IBRIS was carried out for Rzeczpospolita between March 9th and 10th, 2019.

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