According to a survey made by Social Changes, if Andrzej Duda were to face the Civic Coalition candidate in the second round of the Polish presidential elections, the current president would get 54% of the votes and his rival would win 46%. The survey forecasts the same result in the situation where Andrzej Duda were to face Szymon Hołownia. Andrzej Duda would get even higher results if Robert Biedroń was his rival in the second round of the elections. The current president would win 59% of the votes and Biedroń only 41%. The speaker of the parliament, Elżbieta Witek has until Feburary 6 to announce the exact date of the presidential elections. For now, it seems the current president doesn't have to fear loosing his position.