Ruling party PO voter support highest since end-2012
June 13, 2014
PO leader, PM Donald Tusk
Poland's governing party Civic Platform (PO) enjoyed a 5 pps jump in voter support to 32% in June, while the main opposition party, conservative Law and Justice (PiS), gained 1 point to 24%, the latest survey from the CBOS institute shows.
Support for junior coalition partner Polish People’s Party (PSL) rose to 6%, back above the threshold required for entering the parliament, the poll results showed. Those gains came alongside a decline in the number of undecided, down to 20% in June, as well as reduced support for the leftist opposition.
Support for left-wing opposition party Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) fell 4 pps to 5%.
Twoj Ruch (Your Movement), the new incarnation of the leftist-liberal Palikot Movement, continues to suffer, at 1% in June.
The New Right of right-wing veteran Janusz Korwin-Mikke enjoyed support of 5%, flat m/m.
The survey was conducted on June 5-11 on a sample of 1,044 Poles.