In the runoff presidential elections in Poland, a head is characterized according to the initial forecasts-to-head race. On the national-conservative incumbent, Andrzej Duda 50.4 percent of the votes accounted for, therefore, on Sunday, his opposition Challenger contained a 49.6 percent. The forecasts are based on the basis of post-election surveys in around 500 polling stations. According to the opinion research Institute Ipsos, you have a fault tolerance of two percent. High bills, such as in Germany, not in Poland. The official result will be available according to the election Commission at the earliest on Monday evening.
To Sunday lunch was the turnout according to the election Commission, already at a record-breaking 24,73 percent. In spite of the still virulent Corona pandemic, local long queues formed in front of the choice. The voters were asked to wear masks, and disinfect their hands, as well as to pensioners, Pregnant women, and voters with children go first.
Polish media signed on the day of the election, the image of a divided society. The tabloid "Super Express" was the headline on the occasion of the election, with the headline "The battle for Poland". The liberal "Gazeta Wyborcza" saw the voters prior to a vote between "hope and Disaster".
In the first round of the presidential election on may 28. June Duda had come to 43.5 percent of the vote, on Trzaskowski 30.4 percent of the total.
Originally had been scheduled the election for may - to a time when Duda in the opinion polls, a significant advantage. Because of the pandemic and the constitutional concerns of the PiS as a mere letter to the election scheduled election was postponed, however. Dudas popularity ratings have dropped significantly since then. This is partly due to the fact that Poland has slipped through the Corona of a crisis for the first Time since the end of communism in a recession.Updated Date: 12 July 2020, 15:19