If the second round of elections took place last Sunday, the current president would receive 53.5 percent of the votes, compared to Kidawa-Błońska’s 39.2 percent. 7.3 percent of those polled were unable to choose between the candidates, if they were the only ones running.
More women would vote for KO’s candidate, as 49 percent chose her compared to the 42 percent for Duda. On the other hand, more men (60 percent) would vote for the incumbent and only 30 percent would choose Kidawa-Błońska.
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