In the second round of the presidential elections in Poland, according to the exit poll, the contemporary head of state Andrzej Duda and the mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowski. According to the exit poll, Duda wins the first round.
In the first round of the June 28 Polish presidential election, not one of the 11 applicants gained 50% or greater of the voteto become head of state. This is evidenced with the exit poll performed through Ipsos Group, signal-means-profits.com reviews.
The current President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, scored the maximum – 41.8%. In the second place with an end result of 30.4% – the mayor of Warsaw Rafal Trzaskowski.
If the exit poll is comparable to the calculations of the national election Commission of Poland, it is going to be Duda and Trzaskowski who will go to the second round.
According to Ipsos Group calculations, 13.3% of citizens voted for the politician and journalist Shimon Golovnya. The last candidates scored less than 8%, five of them – less than 1%.
On June 28, the first round of presidential elections is held in Poland. Citizens could vote not only in person, but also by mail. There are 11 registered candidates for the post of President.
As of 17.00, the voter turnout in the Polish elections became, in keeping with the CEC, 47.89%.
Duda's term ends on August 6. In order not to violate the country's Constitution, the first round of elections must be held no later than June 28.
The winner is the one who gets extra than 50% of all valid votes. If none of the participants reaches this result, a second round of voting is held two weeks later, in which the two candidates with the highest number of votes in the first round participate.
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