According to exit polls, the ruling Law and Justice has won the European Parliament elections in Poland gaining 42.4 percent of votes.
The European Coalition came a close second, with 39.1 percent.
Third was Robert Biedroń’s Spring with 6.6 percent support, just ahead of Confederation which received 6.1 percent.
The Kukiz’15 gained 4.1 percent and the Left Together 1.3 percent. Both parties failed to reached the required 5-percent threshold.
The estimated turnout confirmed earlier expectations and reached 43 percent, almost 20 percentage points more than during the previous European elections in 2014.