As much as 74 percent of Poles declare their willingness to participate in elections to the Parliament. 37 percent would vote for PiS together with Solidarity Poland and the Alliance, 23 percent for the Civic Coalition, and 11 percent to the Confederation, according to a May survey conducted by Kantar.
Compared to April, there were fewer people intending to vote, by 4 percentage points, The percentage indicating that they would rather take part in the elections increased. People strongly declaring not to participate in the elections were by 1 percentage points less.
Support for the ruling party increased by 1 percentage point; for Civic Coalition by 2 points, and for the Confederation by 3 percentage points. Support for the Left has fallen by 3 points, and for PSL-KP by 5 points.