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PO Still on Top
January 30, 2008   
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The ruling Civic Platform (PO) party would win 52 percent of the vote if parliamentary elections were held in mid-January, while the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) would garner 25 percent, according to the latest survey by the TNS OBOP polling company.

The PO's popularity dropped by 7 percentage points from December, while PiS gained 6 points. Beside the PO and PiS, the Sejm would also include the opposition Left and Democrats (LiD), with 11 percent of the vote, 3 points more than in December, and the junior coalition partner, the Polish People's Party (PSL), with 6 percent, down by 1 point.

The poll was carried out Jan. 10-14 on a representative nationwide random sample of 957 adult respondents.
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