Another presidential poll, and Andrzej Duda’s huge advantage over the rest of the candidates has grown even more. If the elections took place this Sunday, the incumbent president could count on the support of 65% of respondents, according to a study carried out by Social Changes. Szymon Hołownia came in second, supported by 10% of the respondents. Next in the ranking were Krzysztof Bosak and Władysław Kosiniak Kamysz with 7 and 6% of support respectively. A surprisingly low result in the survey was received by the candidate of the Civic Coalition Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska, for which 5% of respondents want to vote, much like the Spring party candidate, Robert Biedroń. Marek Jakubiak came in last, with 2% of respondents’ support.
Author: Michał Wyrzyk
Source: Poland Daily