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Euroelections 2024. Late poll results in individual voivodeships. Where do PiS and KO have the highest support?

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The Civic Coalition outclassed the competition in Pomerania, and Law and Justice – in Podkarpacie. In these regions, the largest Polish parties won over 50 percent of the votes each, according to the Ipsos late poll. In one region, the support of the Third Way almost exceeded that of Donald Tusk.

Poll election results. Special service tvn24.pl

  • The Civic Coalition achieved the highest result in Pomerania (52.6%), and Law and Justice in Podkarpacie (53.3%), according to a late poll conducted by Ipsos and taking into account the votes already officially counted in half of the districts.
  • Third Road could count on the greatest support in the province. Świętokrzyskie, and the Confederation in Lesser Poland.
  • Left wing only in the province Łódź Voivodeship received over 10 percent support. It lost badly in several regions.

The Civic Coalition won the highest support in 11 voivodeships, while Law and Justice triumphed in the remaining five – this is the result of the exit poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of TVN.

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According to the Ipsos poll, turnout nationwide was 40.2 percent. Most in the voivodeship Masovian Voivodeship (47.1%), while the least – in the Voivodeship Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship (33.6%). The largest number of voters went to the polls in district number 4, covering Warsaw – as much as 55.5 percent. inhabitants of the capital went to vote on Sunday. According to the survey, the lowest turnout of 34.8% was in district number 3, covering the Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian Voivodeships.

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Poll results of the European Parliament elections. Division into voivodeships

KO won in the following voivodeships: West Pomeranian, Pomeranian, Warmian-Masurian, Masovian, Kuyavian-Pomeranian, Greater Poland, Lubusz, Lower Silesian, Opole, Silesian and Łódź. PiS won the highest support in the following voivodeships: Lesser Poland, Świętokrzyskie, Podkarpackie, Lublin and Podlaskie. Western and most of central Poland voted for Donald Tusk's party, while PiS went to the south-eastern and eastern parts of the country.

In two regions, the hegemony of the two largest Polish parties is particularly visible. According to the Ipsos poll, the Civic Coalition obtained as much as 52.6 percent votes in Pomerania, leaving Law and Justice far behind (26.8 percent), which recorded the poorest result in the entire country. The remaining groups obtained in the province Pomeranian – according to the study – below 10 percent. The studio indicated that Confederation has 9.2 percent there. support, and Third Way and Left – 5.1 percent each.

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Election evenings of Law and Justice and the Civic CoalitionPAP/Leszek Szymański, PAP/Rafał Guz

At the other pole of the KO-PiS polarization was the stronghold of Jarosław Kaczyński's party: Podkarpacie. In this voivodeship, Law and Justice won – according to the Ipsos late poll – as much as 53.3 percent support. The Civic Coalition achieved a poor result there 23.2 percent, and the Confederation recorded one of the best results in the country – 14%. According to the survey, Third Droga in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship obtained 6.9 percent, and the Left – only 1.7 percent. This is also the weakest result of the Left in all voivodeships.

The Civic Coalition also obtained support above 40 percent in seven other voivodeships, while Law and Justice – only in three.

In the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, where – according to Ipsos – Law and Justice clearly won, the Civic Coalition took second place (16.9%), although Third Droga is hot on the heels of its coalition partners with the result 16.8 percent This is the highest result of the PSL and Poland 2050 coalition in the entire country – the group has recorded double-digit poll results only in the province. Podlaskie (11%), and the lowest – 5.1%. – the result was obtained in the Opole region and Pomerania.

The Confederation may enjoy the highest support in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, where, according to the survey, the grouping of Sławomir Mentzen and Krzysztof Bosak received 15.5 percent support. A slightly smaller share of votes went to the far right in Podlasie (15.3%) and the Lublin region (15.2%). The Confederation received the fewest votes in percentage terms in Western Pomerania (result of 7.8%).

Confederation election night. Krzysztof BosakPAP/Piotr Nowak

According to the late poll, the Left can count on at least 10 percent support in only one voivodeship – in the voivodeship. Łódź (11.1 percent). Left-wing candidates also recorded high results in Lower Silesia (9.8%), Western Pomerania (9.7%), Mazovia (9.5%) and the province. Lubuskie (9.2%). They did much worse in the Podkarpacie region (1.7%) and the Lublin region (2.7%).

Main photo source: PAP/Leszek Szymański, PAP/Rafał Guz

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