Locked content PO ahead of PiS for the first time in two years – poll

According to the latest poll by Kantar Millward Brown, if elections took place this Sunday, 31 percent of Poles would support Civic Platform (PO), while 29 percent would vote for the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) grouping. This is a first time in two years, when PO is ahead of PiS in an opinion poll&...

Locked content PiS doubles its lead over PO in the latest poll

According to a poll conducted by Kantar Public, Law and Justice (PiS) enjoys 38 percent support, while Civic Platform (PO) has 19 percent support. Other groupings that would surpass the 5 percent threshold necessary to get into the parliament are Kukiz’15 (11 percent) and Nowoczesna (5 percent)̷...

Four Nowoczesna MPs joins PO

Marta Golbik, Joanna Augustynowska, Michał Stasiński and Grzegorz Furgo announced that they are leaving Nowoczesna grouping and joining Civic Platform (PO). “Arguments about strategies etc, are a normal thing in every political party. The moment comes however, when you can’t be responsible and...

Locked content PiS supports down, PO up, according to the latest poll

Ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party support has shrunk by 3 percentage points to 33 percent, according to the poll conducted by Kantar TNS. Civic Platform (PO) was second with 22 percent support, up by 3 percent m/m. Nowoczesna and Kukiz’15 were third with 8 percent support. The remaining parti...

Locked content Support for PiS up to 37%, Nowoczesna losing ground

In a report released on Monday, the Polish news agency PAP announced that support for the ruling PiS party had risen by one percentage point to 37 percent since December of last year. Civic Platform (PO), the opposition party, remains some way behind the leading party with 16 percent of support. The...

Locked content TNS poll: PiS leading with 36% support in September

According to the latest poll conducted by TNS, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party still can count on 36 percent of the possible ballot, which reflects the same number as in August poll. As much as 17 percent of Poles are willing to vote for the Civic Platform (PO) (1 percent fall), while newcome...

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 TNS August poll: PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by Kukiz’15

According to a new poll by TNS Polska, as much as 36 percent of Poles would vote for the Law and Justice (PiS) party, which represents the same number as in July poll. The support for its opposition rivals Civic Platform (PO) also has not changed, remaining at 18 percent of the possible ballot. Mean...

Locked content PiS leading; Nowoczesna surpassed by PO – poll

A new poll conducted by Millward Brown for TVN showed that Law and Justice (PiS) party remains in a leading position, receiving 33 percent of all votes. The Civic Platform (PO) strengthened its position, gaining 19 percent of Poles’ support, while newcomers Nowoczesna still can count on 18 per...