PO lose yet another poll to PiS. This is no longer a chance occurrence but a clear trend. Hopefully it will eventually sweep the pie-in-the-sky shysters of the Tusk gang out of office for many years to come. The only worrying thing is that 14% misguided respondents have been duped into supporting the Miller gang. Miller and Kwaśniewski were both in the upper echelons of the now defunct communist dictatorship.
See, Polonius, you really are a master of spin. Those of us with a clue about Polish politics know that PiS gained 29.9% in the last election, which means that despite everything, they haven't actually gained any ground at all.
Now, let's look at this from a purely analytical viewpoint :
30% - PiS
27% - PO
14% - SLD
6% - RP
4% - PSL
3% - SP
16% - don't know
We know that any combination of PO/SLD/RP/PSL can form a government, although with varying degrees of support. Some combinations may be a full coalition agreement, other combinations may be on a confidence and supply basis. Either way, that bloc can count on 51% of the vote - because not one of those parties will support a PiS government. Such a bloc might be non-partisan, it might be PO led, whatever - it doesn't change the reality that all of those parties are keen to keep PiS out of power.
It also doesn't reflect one major flaw of telephone polling - that they are statistically skewed towards older people too. Many young people (who will vote PO/SLD/RP) do not have landlines at home - yet they do vote. This is what was observed last time, and it will happen again - and these people do not vote PiS.
Perhaps Polonius can outline how PiS would return to power with such polling results?