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PO at lowest point since 2007


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
11 Feb 2012 #1
Tusk's PO has registered 27% support in a recent poll, only 5 pts ahead of PiS. Palikot was in third place with 17%. is this a one-off flucuatuion or the start of a trend?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
11 Feb 2012 #2
is this a one-off flucuatuion or the start of a trend?

Actually, it's not PO that you should be looking at, but rather that PiS has dropped to 22%. That's a clear sign that they're failing in opposition - and probably also a sign that Ziobro did indeed snatch a portion of their electorate.

I do think it's quite likely that we'll see some complicated electoral possibilities in 2015 - so yes, it could be a sign that things are about to get interesting.

But - as always - PiS are nowhere to be seen. 22% won't win them an election!
Ironside 51 | 11,338
11 Feb 2012 #3
Probably it is the trend but it only means that PO is using up its marketing potential. I doesn't means that people will see the light and will vote party that has a lot to offer for Poland. There is no potential for that happening any time soon in the Polish society.

Most likely the faces will change but content remains the same.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
11 Feb 2012 #4
I think this was the first time that Solidary Poland got over the hump with 5% backing.
Ironside 51 | 11,338
11 Feb 2012 #5
Well, you can expect that one party or other will get 5% -10% backing but it only means that it would take like 10 years in Sejm to gain anymore supporters, not to speak about indisputable majority,
Tommo 2 | 8
11 Feb 2012 #6
How did the SLD do?
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
11 Feb 2012 #7
PO 27, PiS 22, Palikot 17, SLD 10, PSL 6 and SP 5.


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