Kantar Millward Brown poll: Law and Justice - 38 percent; Civic Platform - 21
If the elections were held in the coming days, 38 percent of voters would choose the coalition comprised of Law and Justice, Alliance and United Poland, according to the latest poll by Kantar Millward Brown for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24. Civic Platform would come second with 21 percent. Modern Party would secure third result with 7 percent, which is a change in comparison with the previous poll.
Kantar Millward Brown's poll shows that 38 percent of those surveyed declared casting their vote on Law and Justice, United Right and Alliance committee. This is an increase by 2 percentage points compared to the parliamentary support poll from 30th of May.
Civic Platform would come second with 21-percent support (fall by 7 percentage points).
According to political party support poll for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, three other parties would gather enough support to enter the parliament: Modern Party would get 7 percent (increase by 2 percentage points), Democratic Left Alliance - 5 percent (no change), as well as Liberty Party - 5 percent (1 percentage point up).
The remaining parties wouldn't pass the minimum 5-percent threshold dictated by the law. Razem Party, Polish People's Party and Kukiz '15 would receive 4 percent each. National Movement would get support of 1 percent of voters.