Locked content PiS wins local elections but loses in most major cities

According to the exit polls conducted by Ipsos, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has won the local elections with 32.3 percent. Second was Koalicja Obywatelska (Civic Platform and Nowoczesna) with 24.7 percent followed by Polish People’s Party (PSL) with 16.6 percent. Kukiz’15 had 6.3 percent ...

Locked content PiS supports drops, PO inches up – CBOS poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has decreased by 3 percentage points to 40 percent, according to the poll conducted by CBOS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 19 percent support, up by 1 percentage points m/m. Kukiz ’15 was third with 8 percent support (up by 1 pps) and PSL was fourth w...

Support for PiS up to 41%, PO down to 20%

Some 41 percent of Poles would vote for the Law and Justice party (PiS), five percentage points more than a month before, and 20 percent for Civic Platform (PO), 2 pp less compared to last month, according to the June public kantar survey.

Locked content PiS support unchanged. PO drops – 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 22 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support remained unchanged compared with last month, while PO’s support decreased by 1...

Locked content PiS support up to 46% in April – CBOS

The ruling Law and Justice party could count on 46 percent of votes in April, up from 44 percent in March, according to a recent poll conducted by pollster CBOS. Main opposition party Civic Platform would receive 16 percent of votes, also marking a 2 percentage point increase. Democratic Left Allian...

Locked content PiS support unchanged. PO gains – Kantar Public poll

According to the latest poll conducted by Kantar Public, if elections took place now, 37 percent of Poles would vote for ruling Law and Justice (PiS), while 22 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support remained unchanged compared with last month, while PO’s support increased by 2...

Locked content PiS supports edges up, PO drops – CBOS poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has increased by 1 percentage points to 44 percent, according to the poll conducted by CBOS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 14 percent support, down by 3 percentage points m/m. Kukiz ’15 and Nowoczesna were third with 6 percent, (1 pps drop and growth ...

Locked content PiS support drops – Kantar Public poll

According to the latest poll conducted by Kantar Public, if elections took place now, 37 percent of Poles would vote for ruling Law and Justice (PiS), while 20 percent would vote for Civic Platform (PO). PiS support decreased by 5 percentage points, while PO’s support increased by 6 pps. Other...

Locked content PiS support inches down, PO grows – CBOS poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has decreased by 1 percentage points to 43 percent, according to the poll conducted by CBOS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 17 percent support, up by 3 percentage points m/m. Kukiz ’15 was third with 7 percent, up by 2 percentage points. Nowoczesna was...

Locked content Two PO senators join PiS

Senators Andrzej Misiołek and Leszek Piechota announced that they’re leaving the opposition Civic Platform (PO) to join the ruling Law and Justice (PiS). The reason for this decision is a statement from PO MP Borys Budka who said back in August that “the EU should give Poland an ultimatum” regarding...