According to the survey conducted by the public agency CBOS, PiS has 41 percent of the vote and the Civic Platform (PO) 24 percent. The peasant party (PSL) obtained 7% percent in the survey and the Kukiz’15 grouping 5 percent. No other party reached the 5 percent threshold required to obtain representation in Parliament.
Since the last survey a month ago PiS is down by 1 percent and the PO up by 3 percent. The PSL result is the same as last month and Kukiz’15 down by one point.
Since the last survey a month ago PiS is down by 1 percent and the PO up by 3 percent
According to the survey, 10 percent of the voters are undecided as to the party they would choose (same as last month). The forecast for the turnout was 75 percent.
December has therefore brought little change to the political scene in terms of popularity of the main political parties. Support for the ruling party is stable and numbers willing to support the main opposition party, the PO, are rising, albeit slowly.
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