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Coalition still in the firm lead
Robert Biedron
Poland's ruling coalition could count on 37% of votes in the next parliamentary elections, up by 4 pps versus the August poll, while a coalition of main opposition parties Civic Platform (PO) and Nowoczesna could enjoy a 31% voter support, flat month on month, the latest survey by pollster IBRiS shows.
If the political movement to be created by Robert Biedron, a liberal left-wing politician who is now mayor of Slupsk, took part in the election, voting declarations for both coalitions wouldn't change much: the ruling camp could count on 38% of votes, the coalition of main opposition parties on 29%, while Biedron's party could secure 8% of voters.
Leftist Democratic Left Alliance (SLD) could count on 9% and 8% respectively in the first and second scenario.