Supported by PiS President Andrzej Duda and candidate KO Rafał Trzaskowski will compete in the second round of presidential election. According to the Ipsos survey for three biggest TV broadcasters in Poland (TVP, TVN and Polsat), Duda obtained 41.8 percent of votes, and Trzaskowski 30.4 percent. The second round of elections will take place on July 12.
According to the Ipsos survey, the third result was obtained by the non-partisan candidate Szymon Hołownia (13.3 percent), who overtook the candidate of the Confederation Krzysztof Bosak (7.4 percent). The fifth result was obtained by the Left candidate Robert Biedroń (2.9 percent), the sixth by the Polish Coalition PSL-Kukiz15 candidate Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz (2.6 percent).
Turnout in the Sunday presidential election amounted to record-high 62.9 percent.