The current president of Poland Andrzej Duda in the second round of the presidential election defeats the mayor of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski, by a tiny margin of 0.8%, according to the exit polls.
According to the survey, Duda is gaining 50.4%, and Trzaskowski – 49.6%. However, Ipsos clarifies that on the basis of current data it is difficult to determine the winner, since the error in the survey is 2%.
According to the latest data, the turnout was 68.9%, which is the highest figure in the history of democratic Poland.
Recall that in the first round, Duda scored 43.5%, and Trzaskowski – 30.46%.
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