Polish Presidential elections currently ongoing. Results of first round now 99%+ counted, with:
- Duda/PiS: 44% (normiecon)
- Trzaskowski/Civic Platform – 30% (lib)
- Hołownia – 14% (SJW)
- Kosak/Konfederacja – 7% (nationalists, in alliance with that Korwin meme person)
Almost all Bosak voters should go to Duda, so he should win in the second round, but it will be a narrow one.
What I found more interesting though was the age distribution in votes for the different candidates.
As with conservatives well nigh everywhere – and, for that matter, even reflective of developments in Russia – the old, normiecon status quo sees plummeting support amongst the younger cohorts.
Youth aren’t interested in the normie boomer con/lib divide but instead tend to bifurcate into radical SJWs vs. more hardcore nationalists (and other sorts of odd hangers on).
Konfederacja is an interesting beast being a union of nationalists, libertarians, and monarchists (!), and Bosak in particular is displaying formidable power levels.
OK but let me educate you about something. PiS is our jewish controlled party.
Bosak said that ADL survey show Poland was #1 in antisemitism is a positive trait because it shows we are an assertive nation. You can follow his englsih language twitter @BosakKrzysztof pic.twitter.com/CpZQ57PuQD
— Paul Moczar 🇵🇱 #Trzaskowski2020 (@awslist) June 15, 2020
Incidentally, Paul Moczar is a very good account to follow for Polish politics from a nationalist perspective.
As usual, western Poland votes more Civic Platform, while more conservative ease and south is more for Duda. Big cities are for the former, small towns and the country for the latter.
The youth split is particular visible in students: Hołownia (SJW) gets 25%, Trzaskowski (lib) gets 27%), Bosak (nationalist) gets 20% (!), while Duda plummets to 16%. Also, the otherwise near invisible Biedron, an LGBT activist, gets 8%.
This website has some breakdowns by other demographic characters.
Woman are marginally more likely to vote for the liberals/SJWs, but not by that much. It seems that what was once one of the widest sex gaps in the Western world has constricted, at least for this election.
There’s still a significant gap in Bosak votes (10% men, 4% of women) but that’s perhaps not so surprising given their libertarian economic leanings and pretty overt sexism.
Swine Right effect is in action, as in most places. Duda gets 65%-70% amongst Poles with only basic education, while bachelor’s and higher vote 42% for Trzaskowski and 18% for Hołownia.