Poll for “Super Express”: The united opposition takes power from PiS
If the elections to the Sejm were held next Sunday, the United Opposition (KO, Left, PSL and Polska 2050) would get 50.62 percent. votes, and the United Right – 35.99 percent. – results from a survey conducted by the Pollster Research Institute for “Super Express”.
A poll commissioned by the newspaper shows two variants of the opposition’s joint start in the parliamentary elections. In the first, KO, Lewica, PSL and Polska 2050 start together, and in the second, the Left starts separately.
“The polls conducted for +Super Express+ show clearly: regardless of whether the parties form a united opposition or the left starts separately, they win,” we read in “SE” on Wednesday.
According to the results of the poll, in the first variant, the United Opposition would gain 50.62 percent. votes, the United Right (PiS, Solidarna Polska, the Republican Party) – 35.99 percent, and the Confederation – 9.11 percent. Kukiz’15 would not enter the Sejm – 1.8 percent. and Agreement – 0.98 percent. 1.51% would vote for another party. surveyed.
In the second variant, jointly starting KO, Poland 2050 and PSL would get 41.73 percent. support, the United Right – 35.31 percent, the Confederation – 9.92 percent, and the Left – 9.46 percent. Kukiz’15 (1.79 percent) and Agreement (0.72 percent) would fall under the electoral threshold. 1.07% would vote for another party. surveyed. (PAP)