Locked content PKW rejects financial reports of two political parties

The National Electoral Commission (PKW) has rejected the financial reports of the Nowoczesna and Razem parties for 2015, according to decisions posted today on the commission’s website. The parties have the right to appeal the rejection decision to the Supreme Court within seven days. If a par...

Locked content CBOS poll: PiS losing support; PO and Nowoczesna on rise

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party lost 5 percent of support in September, while opposition political parties garnered more votes, the latest poll by CBOS shows. As much as 36 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS, in comparison with 41 percent in the previous poll. Civic Platform (PO) ca...

Locked content CBOS poll: 25% gap between PiS and PO

According to the latest survey conducted by pollster CBOS, only three political parties would be present in the Polish parliament in the case of an election. The Law and Justice (PiS) party strengthened its position, receiving 41 percent of the vote (versus 39 percent in the previous poll). Previous...

Locked content KOD would win the election – poll

The coalition of some of the Polish government opposition parties would beat Law and Justice (PiS) party in the case of a general election, according to a new survey by pollster TNS for Gazeta Wyborcza, if they were to run under the KOD (Committee for the Defense of Democracy) banner. It shows that ...

Locked content Poll: PiS in a leading position, PO surpassed by Nowoczesna

A new poll conducted by Millward Brown for TVN24 showed that Law and Justice (PiS) remains in a leading position. Kaczyński’s party received 33 percent of all votes, an increase of 4 points in comparison with the previous poll. Trailing behind is Ryszard Petru’s party Nowoczesna, whose s...

Locked content Poll: PiS, PO and Nowoczesna are losing votes

According to a survey by IBRiS for Onet, as much as 29.3 percent of Poles are willing to vote for PiS (Law and Justice) in the upcoming election, which means a decrease of five points compared to previous scores. Nowoczesna party earned the support of 22.7 percent of respondents (one point recession...