Duda and Trzaskowski came out in the second round of elections of the President of Poland
The state electoral Commission of Poland has processed 100% of protocols of precinct election commissions on elections of the President of the country, in the second round out current leader Andrzej Duda and rafał Trzaskowski.
The first round of elections took place last Sunday.
According to Gorizbirkome, announced by the head of the Commission, Sylvester Marciniak in the second round of elections left incumbent President, the candidate from ruling party "law and justice" Andrzej Duda, scoring 8 450 513 votes, or 43.5% and candidate of the opposition "Civic platform", the mayor of Warsaw, rafał Trzaskowski, supported 5 917 330 of voters or of 30.46%.
Independent candidate, journalist and publicist Szymon Hołownia took third place with 387 2 693 votes of 13.87%.
In terms of voivodeships of Poland Trzaskowski won only three of them: Pomeranian, West Pomeranian and Lubuskie. In the rest of the provinces won by Duda.
The current President used predominantly support the population of rural areas and small towns. In cities with a population of 200 thousand people won Trzaskowski.
In the context of age of the voters surprise you can consider the preferences of the youngest of them: first place is occupied Trzaskowski, the second candidate of the coalition of eurosceptics and nationalists "Confederation" Krzysztof Bosak, a third independent candidate Szymon Hołownia. Duda in this age group took fourth place with 19.3 per cent support. In all other age groups whitewashed Duda.
The voting took place on 27 227 polling stations. 30 204 684 citizens eligible to vote, the election was attended by 64.51%, which is a record turnout in the entire history of presidential elections in Poland.
Void was 58 301 newsletter, or 0.3%.
The second round of presidential elections in Poland will take place on 12 July.