- Andrzej Duda and Rafał Trzaskowski will play in the second round of presidential elections
- Professor Wołek believes that it will be difficult for Duda to collect the missing 7-8 percent to win in the second round
- Onet’s interlocutor warns Trzaskowski’s voters who think that the electorate of Hołownia will automatically vote for their candidate
- Exit poll studies were conducted by the Ipsos studio, source: TVN24
Voting has ended. Exit poll research shows that Andrzej Duda won the first round of elections with 41.8 percent. votes. Rafał Trzaskowski came second with a result of 30.4 percent. Other candidates: Szymon Hołownia: 13.3 percent, Krzysztof Bosak: 7.4 percent, Robert Biedroń: 2.9 percent, Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz 2.6 percent, Marek Jakubiak: 0.5 percent, Paweł Tanajno: 0.3 percent, Waldemar Witkowski: 0.3 percent, Stanisław Żółtek: 0.3 percent, Mirosław Piotrowski: 0.2 percent
– The biggest loser of these elections is Kosiniak-Kamysz, who was supposed to be the proverbial “last hope of white people” and his result is very poor. Such in terms of political plankton. In my opinion, it could be the end of Kosiniak-Kamysz’s career – says dr hab. Artur Wołek from the Ignatianum Academy in Krakow.
Onet’s interlocutor is convinced that the fight in the second round between Andrzej Duda and Rafał Trzaskowski will be leveled to the very end, and only 100,000 votes can decide about the victory.
However, the professor believes that Duda will find it difficult to collect 7-8 percent of the missing to win in the second round. – He will look for them at Krzysztof Bosak’s voters, but it will not be easy for him there. Pre-election polls showed that a large proportion of Confederate voters would not vote in the second round.
However, Professor Wołek warns Rafał Trzaskowski’s voters who think that the electorate of Szymon Hołownia will automatically vote for their candidate. – Of course, for this electorate it is Duda who is more indigestible, but that does not mean that they will immediately vote for Trzaskowski. Let us remember that Hołownia’s voters share a radical anti-party policy. Before the second round, Trzaskowski should distance himself slightly from the PO, and this is not easy.