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Could Kaczynski win versus Cimoszewicz?
July 19, 2005   
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Poland's presidential campaign is currently a two-man race between left-wing Parliamentary Speaker Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz and conservative Lech Kaczynski.

The two will likely face off in the runoff election. In one of the latest polls, Cimoszewicz got 31% backing, while Kaczynski enjoys 20% support.

In another presidential poll, Cimoszewicz got 30% support, while Kaczynski received support from 23% of the voters.

However, in the runoff election, which is required if no candidate receives a majority, Kaczynski will likely get more votes from people supporting other right-wing candidates and the result of the vote is far from certain. The poll shows that Kaczynski would get 50.4% of votes cast while Cimoszewicz would get 49.6%.
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