Has the Left caught up with the Third Way? Surprising survey results

Has the Left caught up with the Third Way?  Surprising survey results

There haven't been such survey results for a long time. The results show clearly: there is only one undisputed leader on the way to winning the European Parliament elections.

There are just over three months left until the European Parliament elections. Europeans will go to the polls in early June. Until then, it will be uncertain whether the reshuffle that many people are talking about will take place.

Big advantage of the Civic Coalition

At the moment, only one party can be confident of a good election result – the Civic Coalition. The latest survey by Opinia24 for TOK FM, conducted in the last days of February, will fill them with considerable optimism.

Among those who declared to take part in the European Parliament elections, 31% plan to vote for Donald Tusk's party. This gives the Civic Coalition its largest poll advantage in a long time.

Law and Justice took second place among the respondents. However, it cannot be said that it is “just behind” the Civic Coalition. Jarosław Kaczyński's party was 9 points short of the highest place on the podium. percent – 22% voted for her. subjects.

Third Way is tied with the Left

The third place on the podium is also surprising. Two groups took the ex aequo position – Third Road, composed of Poland 2050 and the Polish People's Party, and Nowa Lewica. Both parties would collect 11 percent each. respondents' votes.

10% of people announced their vote for the Confederation. respondents, and 1 percent for Janusz Korwin-Mikke's new party. 2% of people intend to vote for other parties. respondents, and 11 percent are undecided.

Poles are serious about the elections to the European Parliament

The poll also indicates that a very high voter turnout is possible. 81% of people said they would vote. respondents. 14% do not intend to vote, and 5% are still undecided.

Moreover, most Poles take the elections to the European Parliament “seriously”. 88% describe it as “important” or “very important”. 3% of respondents have no opinion, and 9% do not attach any importance to them.

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