The first exit polls after the closing of the polling stations on Sunday in Poland gave victory to the ruling party, the conservative Law and Justice (PiS), and assigned it 200 of the 460 seats in the Parliament, which even yet keeps him away from perfection. most. According to the first data, those who have options to take power are the opposition bloc, led by the Civic Platform, led by the former president of the European Council, Donald Tusk, together with the center-right Third Way coalition and the Left.
The exit poll put PiS at 36.8% and the Tusk Civic Platform at 31.6%. The two groups that could form a coalition with Tusk also got good results, with 13% for the center-right Third Way and 8.6% for La Izquierda.
Therefore, the newly created centrist Third Way coalition, which unites Poland 2050 and the Party of Peasants, will be placed in third place in the field of support, ahead of the Left. The ultranationalist group Confederación suffered the collapse of their hopes by getting approximately half of the support given in the polls: 6.2% of the ballots.
Also, according to the Ipsos survey, participation in the referendum on immigration policy called at the same time as the elections was only 40% of voters, so its results are not binding and represent an extreme failure for the Executive, which seeks to support its policy in that area.
Participation, without the updated information from the Polish Electoral Commission, will certainly reach historic levels because, at 5:00 p.m. local time (15:00 GMT), 57.5% of Poles have already used their right to vote, 11% more than four years ago.