Polish ruling party support down, rival PiS also down
February 26, 2014
The Polish ruling party, the liberal Civic Platform (PO), saw its voter support decline by 1 ppt to 22% in a late February survey by Homo Homini researcher.
Backing for its major rival and poll leader, social-conservative PiS, also edged down 1 ppt to 30%, the survey for daily Rzeczpospolita showed.
Voter support for left-wing party SLD fell 1 ppt to 12%, according to the poll.
Junior coalition partner PSL saw its drop by 1 ppt to 4% of the electorate, below the 5% threshold required to enter the parliament.
Twoj Ruch (Your Move), the new incarnation of the leftist-liberal Palikot Movement, edged up by 1 ppt to 6%.
The poll was conducted via phone on February 21-22 on a representative sample of 1100 Poles.