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Survey calls for joint opposition
October 23, 2017   
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Main opposition parties - Civic Platform (PO), Polish Peoples Party (PSL) and Nowoczesna - would secure a combined voter support of 37% if they decided to run jointly in the election, slightly above ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) which would get 35% in such an event, shows researcher Ibris poll for Radio Zet.
Under the current set up, PiS enjoys backing of 38.4% of respondents, followed by ex-ruling party PO (20.5%), anti-establishment grouping Kukiz'15 (9.7%), liberal party Nowoczesna (8.4%) and agrarian PSL (5.9%)
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