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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Results of presidential elections difficult to predict

Radio Polonia:

The outcome of the elections is still unknown as the difference between two leading candidates Donald Tusk from the Civic Platform and Lech Kaczynski from Law and Justice has shrunk to mere 4% since the election Sunday. According to polls published today by Gazeta Wyborcza Tusk should get 37% of votes while Kaczynski may count on 33% of votes. In the second round the difference is also 4% with Tusk emerging as the winner.


Blogger Gustav said...

4% - Dangerously close to the margin of error...

10/05/2005 12:42:00 AM  

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