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Nationalist Law and Justice widens distance on ruling party

23rd January 2014
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If parliamentary elections were held in January, the nationalist Law and Justice party would be backed by 32 percent of Poles (4 percentage points more than in December) while the ruling center-right Civic Platform would receive 22 percent support (1 percentage points less than in December), according to TNS Polska.

Meanwhile, the Democratic Left Alliance would win 10 percent of the vote. No other party would make it into parliament, according to the poll. Fifty-four percent of Poles would take part in parliamentary elections if they were to be held in January, according to TNS Polska.

Poland A.M.
 


From Warsaw Business Journal


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