According to polls, the incumbent head of state, Duda, who recently officially announced his participation in the current election, is significantly ahead of all his opponents in just three months before the presidential election in Poland. This is evidenced by a survey conducted by the IBRiS center for the Rzeczpospolita publication.
In early February, 43.7% of respondents are ready to vote for Duda in the first round of the presidential election. The candidate from the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) in Poland is almost 15% ahead of the candidate from the liberal Civil Coalition (KO) Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska (29.2%).
Some 8.1% of the respondents are ready to vote for the independent candidate, former journalist Shimon Golovnya, 6.9% for the representative of the leftist forces, European deputy Robert Bedron, for the leader of the conservative Polish peasant party, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, and 4% for the candidate from the nationalist “Confederations” Krzysztof Bosak – 3.8% of respondents.
At the same time, in the second round of elections, Duda is ahead of all candidates, gaining about 50% of the vote.
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