Polish presidential election results 2020 Live

Polish presidential election results 2020 Live

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Polish presidential election results 2020 Live
Polish presidential election Dates 2020 
Polish presidential election​ Date: 12 July, 2020​  

Polish presidential election Voting Live

Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Poland on 12 July 2020. Incumbent president Andrzej Duda is eligible for reelection. 


Poland election dates and Voting Live 2020  

The 2020 Polish presidential elections has been completed with a second round of voting on 12 July 2020.

  • The first round of voting was held on 28 June 2020.
  • The conservative incumbent president Andrzej Duda  Vs Civic Platform candidate, Mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski after first round results showed Duda with 43.5% of the vote and Trzaskowski with 30.5%

Live Election Results for Second Round 2020

Poland Elections Results 

Candidate Party First-round Second round
Votes % Votes %
  Andrzej Duda Independent (PiS) 8,450,513 43.50 10,406,471 51.18
  Rafał Trzaskowski Civic Platform 5,917,340 30.46 9,924,800 48.82
  Szymon Hołownia Independent 2,693,397 13.87  
  Krzysztof Bosak Confederation (RN) 1,317,380 6.78
  Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz Polish People's Party 459,365 2.36
  Robert Biedroń Spring 432,129 2.22
  Stanisław Żółtek Congress of the New Right 45,419 0.23
  Marek Jakubiak Federation for the Republic 33,652 0.17
  Paweł Tanajno Independent 27,909 0.14
  Waldemar Witkowski Labour Union 27,290 0.14
  Mirosław Piotrowski Real Europe Movement 21,065 0.11
Invalid/blank votes 58,301  
Total 19,483,760 100   100
Registered voters/turnout 30,204,792 64.51  

 

Incumbent President Andrzej Duda is eligible to run for a second term. His approval ratings are high – in September 2017, his approval rating stood at 71% and in February 2018, at 72%, A record surpassed only by Aleksander Kwaśniewski from 1995 to 2005, whose approval ratings surpassed 75%. On October 24, 2019, in an open letter to the elected members of the Sejm and Senate, PiS chairman Jarosław Kaczyński announced that the party will strongly support Andrzej Duda in next year's presidential election. 


The Electoral system of Poland  

Elections in Poland refers to the election process as well as the election results in Poland. Poland has a multi-party political system. On the national level, Poland elects the head of state – the president – and a legislature. There are also various local elections, referendums and elections to the European Parliament. 

Poland has a long history of public elections dating back several centuries, beginning with the elections to Sejm in Łęczyca (known as the First Sejm) in 1182. Notably, since the Sejm of 1493, Polish kings were obliged to call regular Sejms and regional elections (sejmiks) every two years. From 1573 until 1795 the state system of elective monarchy in Poland required the royal elections of monarchs as well during the Sejm proceedings. 


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Polish People's Party,Spring,Confederation National Movement 



Past Poland Elections Results  

Candidate 

Party 

First round 

Second round 

Votes 

Votes 

Andrzej Duda 

Law and Justice 

5,179,092 

34.76 

8,630,627 

51.55 

Bronisław Komorowski 

Independent (PO) 

5,031,060 

33.77 

8,112,311 

48.45 

Paweł Kukiz 

Independent 

3,099,079 

20.80 

 

Janusz Korwin-Mikke 

KORWiN 

486,084 

3.26 

Magdalena Ogórek 

Independent (SLD) 

353,883 

2.38 

Adam Jarubas 

Polish People's Party 

238,761 

1.60 

Janusz Palikot 

Your Movement 

211,242 

1.42 

Grzegorz Braun 

Independent 

124,132 

0.83 

Marian Kowalski 

National Movement 

77,630 

0.52 

Jacek Wilk 

Congress of the New Right 

68,186 

0.46 

Paweł Tanajno 

Direct Democracy 

29,785 

0.20 

Invalid/blank votes 

124,952 

– 

250,231 

– 

Total 

15,023,886 

100 

16,993,169 

100 

Registered voters/turnout 

30,688,570 

48.96 

30,709,281 

55.34 

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