Support for Poland's ruling party weakens in July - poll.

By bne IntelliNews August 1, 2011
Support for Poland's ruling party, Civic Platform, fell by 2pps over the month to 38% in July, a poll by television station TVN24, quoted by news portal Gazeta, showed. The strongest opposition party, Law & Justice, gained 28% of the votes, which is an increase by 1pps. The other two parties that would have passed the threshold to enter the Parliament if there were elections now, are the Democratic Left Alliance (11%) and the Polish People's Party (6%). The poll included the responses of 1,000 Polish adults, surveyed on July 29.

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