The Social Changes research center has published the latest results of its survey concerning support for Poland’s political parties, with the results showing that five political groups would enter parliament if elections were held now.
Law and Justice (PiS) remains as the leader of Poland’s political stage with 34 percent of support, however, this is a 2-percentage point decrease compared to the center’s survey from last week.
The Confederation could count on 11 percent of support (1-percentage point increase) and the New Left with 10 percent of support (1-percentage point increase).
The Polish People’s Party (PSL) had 3 percent, Kukiz’15 was at 2 percent, and Jarosław Gowin’s Agreement came in at 0 percent, and all these parties would not pass the election threshold. Only one percent of respondents were unsure for whom they would vote for.
In terms of turnout, 58 percent of respondents declared their readiness to vote, while 45 percent stated that they “definitely would” do so and 36 percent said they would not vote. Six percent remain undecided about whether they would vote or not.
The survey was carried out using the Computer Assisted Web Interview (CAWI) method on a group of 1,063 adult Poles between Jan. 14 and Jan. 17, 2022.