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Voters back Ewa Kopacz for PM, but PO still trails in polls
July 17, 2015   
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Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz has overtaken her main conservative rival in a survey asking voters who would make the best premier, but her ruling Civic Platform (PO) is still trailing a long way behind the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party.

With Poland preparing for parliamentary elections in the fall, 39% of voters said Kopacz would make the best prime minister, up from 34% three weeks ago, according to a Millward Brown poll for private broadcaster TVN.

Thirty-six percent of voters said PiS's candidate for PM, Beata Szydlo, would be the better choice, down from 43% in a previous poll.

But a survey by the same polling company found that PiS is backed by 33% of voters, while the PO is supported by 23%.

Pawel Kukiz, the anti-establishment rock singer who proved the dark horse of Poland's recent presidential elections, is in third place, backed by 18% of voters, the survey found.
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