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nnnnn exit polling poland's presidential election pointing to a surprise windfall conservative challenger andre de dah incumbents branislav komorowski coming second in the first round of the votes with do you die heads the pavel now face each other in a runoff election later this month komorowski's hoping to win a second time opinion polls ahead of the election hans puts him comfortably in the lead he says he'll try to reconnect with status , well you ought to talk i think we need to interpret them as a serious warning for the whole widely understood powell camp we also need to come to far reaching conclusions from this election result we need to listen to the voice of the voters , well as the prime minister the holes most of the power in eastern europe's biggest economy the president's is head of the armed forces and can veto new laws voice is essential europe bureau chief christian low says these elections are seen as a dress rehearsal for the parliamentary elections later this year if the president wants of kaminski does well then that will give confidence to his allies in the government and the civic platform party which is the main government party , they too can win the parliamentary election next year continue with our economic policies , which have a track record of being , good for growth , a total of eleven candidates were on the ballot paper the polls indicating that the to the fight to convince faces isn't over yet