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Ruling party divided?
August 4, 2017   
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The greater political divide in Polish society might be within the electorate of the governing party Law and Justice (PiS) than between PiS supporters and opponents, the daily Rzeczpospolita says in an analysis of recent public opinion polls.
The greatest division in assessments over a number of recent controversial issues, including judicial reform, are amongst supporters of PiS, recent polls show.
Supporters of the opposition party Kukiz'15 are nearly as divided. the Kukiz'15 electorate may be closer to the moderate wing of PiS supporters than those PiS moderates are to their party's own radical wing. that creates threats for PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski, especially in light of the recent outflow of supporters for PiS amongst the young.
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