Poland’s Presidential Election Too Close to Call

Credit: Seattle Times- Published on July 13, 2020
WARSAW — Poland’s presidential election, widely viewed as the most important since the end of communist rule in 1989, failed to produce a clear winner Sunday night, although final exit polls showed President Andrzej Duda leading the challenger, Rafal Trzaskowski. Duda, a conservative nationalist, had 51% of the vote in the...
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Published on July 12, 2020 -  01:10
Poland votes: Poles head to the ballot box in knife-edge presidential election runoff
Polls suggest it is too close to call who will win the second round of Poland's presidential election, which may be decided on a small margin of votes.View on euronews

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