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Ruling party PO suffers decline in its voter support to 20pct
November 14, 2013   
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Polish ruling party, the liberal Civic Platform’s (PO) voter support edged down to 20% in the latest November survey by Homo Homini researcher, with backing for its major rival and poll leader, conservative Law and Justice (PiS), holding flat at 31%, the survey for the daily Rzeczpospolita showed.

Voter support for left-wing party Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) increased by 1 ppt to 15%, according to the poll.

Junior coalition partner Polish People’s Party (PSL) saw its support decline by 2 pps to 4% of the electorate, below the 5% threshold required to enter the parliament.

Twoj Ruch (Your Movement), the new incarnation of the liberal Palikot Movement, saw its support edge up 1 ppt to 6%.

The poll was conducted on November 8-9 on a representative sample of 1,100 Poles.
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