Law and Justice would win the Sejm elections with the support of 37.4 percent. of the respondents, but it would not have a majority in parliament, according to a poll conducted by the Estymator studio.
The votes obtained by PiS would allow 211 seats in the Sejm, according to an analysis published on the portal dorzeczy.pl. The Civic Coalition took second place in the poll, and its support – 21.5 percent. – would translate into 102 seats. The third party, Poland 2050 by Szymon Hołownia, with the result of 16.2 percent. would have 77 members.
If forces joined the Sejm, along with the Left (9.7% of the vote, 38 seats) and the Polish Coalition – PSL (5.4% of the vote, 12 seats), four opposition parties would have 229 seats in the Sejm.
With 211 PiS mandates, the key to creating a coalition would be the support of the Confederation, which received 7.1 percent in the Estimator’s poll. support and would have 19 deputies in the Sejm. 1 seat would be taken by the German minority.
The estimated voter turnout would be 57 percent.
The estimator conducted a CATI survey on February 12-13, 2021 on a nationwide representative sample of 1,022 adult Poles.
Source: rp.pl/ dorzeczy
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