Locked content PiS at 36% and PO with 26% support – Kantar Public poll

According to the latest poll conducted by Kantar Public, if elections took place now, 36 percent of Poles would vote for ruling Law and Justice (PiS), while 26 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support grew by two percentage points compared with last month, while PO’s support wen...

Locked content Ruling PiS with close to 42% support – poll

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party could count on the support of 41.8 percent of Poles, if election to the Sejm were held in early August, according to a poll conducted by research firm Estymator for DoRzeczy.pl. This would translate into 234 seats in the Sejm and a clear majority. Civic Platfor...

Locked content PiS support down by 6 points in May

The support for ruling Law and Justice (PiS) decreased to 40 percent in May from 46 percent in April, while support for main opposition party Civic Platform (PO) increased from 16 percent to 19 percent, according to the recent poll by CBOS. Kukiz’15 also recorded a surge in support, from 5 percent i...

Locked content PiS with 31.8% support in April – poll

In April, the support for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) fell by 7.6 percentage points to 31.8 percent, while Civic Platform’s support increased by 1 pp to 23.5 percent, according to pollster IBRiS carried out for daily Rzeczpospolita. Leftist SLD party would receive 12.1 percent of votes (a 2.4 p...

Locked content PiS support continuous to grow

According to the latest poll by Kantar Public, if elections took place now, 40 percent of Poles would vote for ruling Law and Justice (PiS), while 17 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support increased by 2 percentage points, while PO’s dropped by 1 percentage point. Other partie...

Locked content Nowoczesna suspends 3 MPs linked with the move to PO

Three Nowoczesna MPs, Joanna Augustynowska, Marta Golbik i Grzegorz Furgo have been suspended by the grouping, following reports in various media that they will leave the party and join Civic Platform (PO). “The situation required our reaction. We’ve decided the MPs to declare whether theyR...

Locked content Budget protests a result of ‘infighting’ – Karczewski

The Speaker of the Polish Senate, Stanisław Karczewski, told the television station TRWAM on Thursday that opposition protests over the passing of the state budget lacked legitimacy and were the result of “fighting between who should be the leader.” Karczewski, who sides with the ruling regime, Law ...

Locked content Polish Senate swears in new MPC member

On Wednesday, Poland’s Senate welcomed Rafał Sura, a member of the Law and Justice (PiS) party, who will now head the Monetary Policy Council. The new MPC member replaced Marek Chrzanowski, who resigned in October. Chrzanowski was later appointed chairman of the Financial Supervision Commission (KNF...

Locked content TNS poll: PiS leads with 40% support in June

The Law and Justice (PiS) party strengthened its position in June, getting 40 percent of the people’s vote, a new poll by TNS Polska shows. This represents a 1 percent growth in comparison with the previous poll in May. Support has not changed for the previous government leaders, Civic Platfor...

Locked content New poll puts PiS 20 points ahead of PO

As much as 35 percent of Poles support the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, one percent less than in the previous poll conducted by CBOS. The previous government leader, Civic Platform (PO), still can count on 15 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, political newcomer Nowoczesna came in third place, g...