Duda to face Warsaw mayor in Poland's presidential runoff vote

Source: Al Jazeera English - View Original Article
Published: Jun 29, 2020
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93% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

43% Positive Sentiment + Policies: European Union = 43% Liberal
57% Negative Sentiment + Policies: European Union = 57% Conservative
9% Positive Sentiment + Policies: LGBT Rights = 9% Liberal
91% Negative Sentiment + Policies: LGBT Rights = 91% Conservative


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LGBT Rights

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95% "Duda, who is backed by the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, won 43.7 percent of the ballot with more than 99 percent of polling stations counted, the national election commission said on Monday."
93% "The campaign goes on because Poland needs it, Duda told jubilant supporters in the central town of Lowicz."
92% "None of the other eight candidates topped 10 percent."
89% "Independent candidate Rafal Holownia came in third with 13.9 percent."
80% "The electoral campaign was dominated by concerns over an erosion of democratic rights and bread-and-butter economic issues."
78% "The commission said it will release the final results early on Tuesday at the latest."
69% "Incumbent president secures 43.7 percent of votes while runner-up Trzaskowski has 30.3 percent, official results show."
67% "Some people have a complex and think we are not Europeans."
63% "Poland is facing its first recession since the end of communism because of the coronavirus pandemic fallout."
55% "PiS has cast Duda as the guardian of its generous welfare programmes, which have helped it win national elections in 2015 and 2019, and of its pledge to protect traditional family values in predominantly Catholic Poland."
-61% "Conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda has secured the top position in Poland's presidential election and will face Warsaw's liberal mayor in the runoff next month, according to official results."
-63% "A devout believer himself"
-65% "We are, and have been ... since we converted to Christianity."
-81% "Runner-up Rafal Trzaskowski had 30.3 percent, taking the Civic Platform (PO) party member into round two of the election on July 12."
-90% "Turnout was 64.4 percent."

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95% : Duda, who is backed by the governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, won 43.7 percent of the ballot with more than 99 percent of polling stations counted, the national election commission said on Monday.
93% : "The campaign goes on because Poland needs it," Duda told jubilant supporters in the central town of Lowicz.
92% : None of the other eight candidates topped 10 percent.
89% : Independent candidate Rafal Holownia came in third with 13.9 percent.
80% : The electoral campaign was dominated by concerns over an erosion of democratic rights and bread-and-butter economic issues.
78% : The commission said it will release the final results early on Tuesday at the latest.
69% : Incumbent president secures 43.7 percent of votes while runner-up Trzaskowski has 30.3 percent, official results show.
67% : "Some people have a complex and think we are not Europeans.
63% : Poland is facing its first recession since the end of communism because of the coronavirus pandemic fallout.
55% : PiS has cast Duda as the guardian of its generous welfare programmes, which have helped it win national elections in 2015 and 2019, and of its pledge to protect traditional family values in predominantly Catholic Poland.
43% : But his long-held lead crumbled in the weeks before the election after a late entry by Trzaskowski, who appears to have galvanised many voters eager to end Poland's isolation within the European Union or angry over Duda's allegiance to PiS.
39% : Conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda has secured the top position in Poland's presidential election and will face Warsaw's liberal mayor in the runoff next month, according to official results.
37% : A devout believer himself
35% : We are, and have been ... since we converted to Christianity."
31% : The election was scheduled to be held in May but had to be postponed because of the virus outbreak.
19% : Runner-up Rafal Trzaskowski had 30.3 percent, taking the Civic Platform (PO) party member into round two of the election on July 12.
10% : Turnout was 64.4 percent.
9% : , Duda had campaigned on a promise to ban classes about gay rights in schools, saying LGBT "ideology" was worse than communist doctrine.

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