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Support for PiS falling down
December 5, 2017   
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Ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) suffered further decline in voter support to 36.4% in December from the 39.8% peak in October, a survey by pollster IBRiS commissioned by daily Rzeczpospolita shows. Largest opposition party Civic Platforma (PO) remains backed by 20.3% of the public while liberal opposition party Nowoczesna enjoyed a hike by 3.6 pps to 10.5%, possibly due to Katarzyna Lubnauer replacing Ryszard Petru as its leader, the newspaper writes.
These results should discourage PiS from tinkering with the electoral system as it will otherwise stand a greater chance of defeat to a united PO and Nowoczesna in some constituencies, says IBRiS head Marcin Duma. Anti-establishment party Kukiz'15 came fourth in the poll with a 6.8% support, followed by left-wing party Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) with 6.6% and agrarian party Polish Peoples Party (PSL) with 6.4%.
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