Incumbent President with 43.67 pct support: partial results

According to the results of the presidential elections from 99.78 percent of polling stations published by the State Electoral Committee (PKW) on Monday morning, the incumbent President Andrzej Duda received 43.67 percent of votes, while Rafał Trzaskowski, the Mayor of Warsaw – 30.34 percent.

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The third place was for independent candidate Szymon Hołownia, who received 13.85 percent of votes, according to the newest report, while Krzysztof Bosak representing right-wing Confederation – 6.7 percent.

Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, the leader of the Polish People’s Party (PSL) was chosen by 2.37 percent of voters, and Robert Biedroń of the Left – 2.21 percent.

Other candidates did not exceed 0.5 percent of support: Stanisław Żółtek received 0.23 percent of votes, Marek Jakubiak - 0.17 percent, Paweł Tanajno - 0.14 percent, Waldemar Witkowski - 0.14 percent and Mirosław Piotrowski - 0.11 percent.

According to these results, the turnout was 64.4 percent.

The run-off of the presidential elections will take place on July 12.