There would be less than one percentage point between the incumbent Andrzej Duda and top opposition candidate Rafał Trzaskowski in the second round of presidential election, according to a poll by IBRiS for Wirtualna Polska (wp.pl) news portal.
On Sunday (June 14), Wirtualna Polska published a poll conducted by IBRiS pollster regarding the first round of presidential election. The results show the current president Andrzej Duda winning 40.7 percent of votes, and his main rival, mayor of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski winning 28 percent.
The leader of the agrarian PSL party, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, would get the third result with 9.7 percent of votes. Independent candidate Szymon Hołownia would win 7.8 percent, far-right Confederation candidate Krzysztof Bosak – 7.1, whereas left-wing candidate Robert Biedroń – 3 percent.
The poll also showed 3.6 percent of respondents not having made their decision on who to vote for yet.