If only young people voted, Rafał Trzaskowski would win with a clear advantage. According to the late poll survey carried out by Ipsos, almost 2/3 of the youngest voters voted for the current president of Warsaw.
In the first round of presidential elections, according to the late poll poll carried out by Ipsos, four candidates – Rafał Trzaskowski, Szymon Hołownia, Krzysztof Bosak, and Andrzej Duda – had over 20 percent support.
For two weeks between the first and second round, the incumbent president failed to convince voters aged 18-29. They preferred Rafał Trzaskowski, who obtained 64.4 percent support. 35.6 percent voted for Duda youngest voters.
In the first round Trzaskowski won among the youngest
IPSOS late poll research prepared on June 28 shows that Rafał Trzaskowski won only in one age group – among voters 18-29 years old. Among them he won 24.5 percent votes. The second was Szymon Hołownia with the result of 23.9 percent, the third – Krzysztof Bosak with 21.7 percent votes. Andrzej Duda was fourth with 20.3 percent of the vote.
Duda, who is seeking re-election, has won in all other age groups. The oldest voters preferred him. In two age groups (50-59 and over 60 years of age) Duda gained over 50 percent. votes. In the group of 50-59 years, the president won 52.8 percent of the vote, among those 60 and over – 59.8 percent.
Rafał Trzaskowski enjoyed the greatest support in the first round among voters from the 40-49 age group. In this group, Trzaskowski won 34.7 percent votes. In the remaining groups, support for the president of Warsaw oscillated around 30 percent.
Source of main photo: PAP / Marcin Bielecki