In the first round, Duda won
The state election commission plans to announce the official election results by July 1.
It follows from the exit polls that the current Polish leader Andrzej Duda, who, according to preliminary data, won 41.8% of the vote, and the mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Tshaskovsky, representing the largest Polish opposition party, Civil Platform, go to the second round to be held in the republic on July 12. “, with 30.4%, TASS reports.
In third place is independent journalist candidate Shimon Hololovna, gaining 13.3%, in fourth place is the representative of the Confederation party Krzysztof Bosak with 7.4%. The fifth place was taken by the candidate of the left forces Robert Bedron with 2.9%, and the sixth – the leader of the Polish Peasant Party Vladislav Kosinyak-Kamysh with 2.6%. Five more candidates do not enjoy widespread voter support.
The state election commission plans to announce the official election results by July 1. Everything will depend on the speed of receipt of reports from regional election commissions, including those located abroad.
Voter turnout was a record 62.9%, according to exit polls circulated by Polish television.
In the 2010 presidential election in Poland, the turnout was 54.94%, and in 2015 – 48.96%.