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Duda still in the lead
August 4, 2017   
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Over one third of Poles (36.2%) would support president Andrzej Duda in the 2020 presidential election, while 20.5% said they would vote for former Polish PM and the current president of the Council of the European Union Donald Tusk and 16.3% would support former MP and current Slupsk mayor Robert Biedron, according to an IBRiS survey conducted for the daily Rzeczpospolita July 26-27, after Duda announced a veto of two judiciary reforms.
The support level beats the 32% for governing party Law and Justice (PiS) from a recent IBRiS survey for Onet.pl. 52% of Poles say the two presidential vetoes strengthened the president's position, a separate survey by Ariadna and commissioned by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna shows.
As many as 46% of the surveyed thinks that Poland should consider the European Commission's remarks over judiciary reform and 22% would opt for ignoring them, the daily reports. Asked about who was right in the judiciary conflict, 35% of Poles pointed to the protesters demanding vetoes, 26% named the president with his two vetoes, while 9% said PiS for its plan to implement all three bills.
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