This is the best result for the ruling party (PiS) since January this year and the worst for the main opposition (PO) since November 2015.
The survey reports that in addition to PO and PiS, two parties would hold mandates in the Polish Sejm – Kukiz’15 and the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD). Both would have 6 percent of the votes. The peasant party (PSL, 4 percent), the Modern party (PO’s biggest ally, 4 percent), the Freedom party (2 percent) Together party (1 percent) are below threshold and would not hold any mandates.
Compared with August, Kukiz’15 saw a 1 percent increase, SLD and PSL remain unchanged and the Modern, Freedom and Together parties have seen 1 percent decreases.
This is the best result for the ruling party since January this year and the worst for the main opposition since November 2015
14 percent of those polled who would take part in the elections declared uncertainty as over who they would vote for. This is a 3 percent increase compared to August.
60 percent of respondents would take part in the elections. 28 percent are certain and 32 percent claimed that their participation would be probable.
26 percent claimed that they would not vote (14 percent probably not and 12 percent definitely not) and 14 percent remained undecided.
The survey by Kantar Public was carried out on 1,023 respondents between the 7th and 12th of September.