According to the most recent poll by TNS Polska, senior coalition partner Civic Platform would now receive 29 percent of the vote if parliamentary elections were held today (down by four points since January). Opposition party Law and Justice would receive 26 percent (down by three points) and the Democratic Left Alliance would receive 12 percent. Palikot's Movement and the Polish People's Party would each have five percent of the vote.
In the total population, only 22 percent declared they would certainly participate in elections and 30 percent said they would probably do so. Out of those who were at all interested in voting, 18 percent were unsure of which party they would vote for.
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