In the latest Kantar party poll for “Fakt” TVN and TVN24, the United Right was in the lead with the support of 31 percent of respondents. Voting for the Civic Coalition is declared by 26 percent of respondents, and for Poland by 2050 – 10 percent.
In a telephone survey by Kantar on 22-23 In June, respondents were asked which party they would vote for.
Most respondents pointed to the United Right. 31 percent of respondents would vote for the ruling coalition (a decrease by 1 percentage point compared to the Kantar survey for “Gazeta Wyborcza” of 10 June).
Behind the podium were the Left – 8 percent (unchanged from the June 10 survey) and the Confederation – 6 percent (down 1 percentage point).
The remaining parties – according to the poll – would not exceed the 5% threshold. For the Polish Coalition – Polish People’s Party would vote 2 percent of the respondents (decrease by 2 percentage points).
AgroUnia can also count on 2% support.
1 percent of respondents would vote for Kukiz’15.
Agreement Jarosław Gowin got a score of 0 percent.
The “I don’t know / Don’t know” option was selected by 14 percent of respondents.
The latest telephone survey was carried out by Kantar on June 22-23, 2022 on a nationwide, representative sample of 1003 people over 18 years of age.
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