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No great friendship at the top
October 5, 2017   
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Poland's President Andrzej Duda and the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski are considered to have good relations by only 32% of Poles surveyed, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna writes, citing the results of the survey it conducted with the national research panel Ariadna.
As little as 50% of PiS supporters consider the Duda-Kaczynski relationship to be good. This could be the result of the wishful thinking processes, as the supporters of the ruling party view the Duda-Kaczynski conflict as troublesome and therefore are unwilling to "see" it, the political scientist and former PiS member Marek Migalski comments for the daily.
At the same time, one-third of the survey participants are convinced that PiS will help Andrzej Duda on his way to re-election, with only 25% giving Duda's own hypothetical party a chance to win voters' support.
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