Valery LEBOVKA, “FACTS”
In the first round of the presidential election, which was held today, June 28, in Poland, the struggle for the vote continues the current President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, and the mayor of Warsaw, rafał Trzaskowski.
This is evidenced by the exit polls after the polls closed, reports Onet. pl with reference to Ipsos.
It is clarified that none of the candidates received the required unconditional victory 50 percent of the votes.
According to exit polls, in the second round, to be held on July 12, are Duda, who scored, according to preliminary data, 41.8 percent of the vote, and Trzaskowski, representing the Polish opposition party “Civic platform”, with 30.4 percent of votes.
In third place is independent candidate, a well-known journalist and broadcaster Simon Smut. For it gave the voices of 13.3% of the electorate. Another 7,4% – for the candidate from far right “of the Confederation” of Krzysztof Bosak, 2.9% of the left candidate Robert Bedrone.
The sensation was the result of the leader of the “peasants” Vladislav Kosiak of Camera – according to the exit-sex, voted for by only 2.6%.
Official results of the elections State election Commission will announce until July 1.
The turnout was 62.9%, is one of the highest figures in the history of elections in Poland. During the first round of the last presidential election in 2015 at the polls came 48,96% of voters during the second round — 55,34%.
The highest turnout was recorded in the second round of the presidential elections in 1995 when his voice gave 68,23% of the population. Then in the second round were Alexander Kwasniewski and Lech Walesa.
The exit poll was conducted by Ipsos. The statistical error of such polls usually do not exceed 2.5%.
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