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WARSAW, May 24. /TASS/. Andrej Duda, a candidate from Poland’s biggest opposition Law and Justice party, is winning presidential elections scoring 53% of the vote, according to exit polls conducted by Ipsos centre and made public late on Sunday after the end of the voting.
The incumbent president, Bronislaw Komorowski, is winning 47% of votes.
Komorowski has recognized his defeat at runoff presidential elections and congratulated his rival, Andrzej Duda.
"This time I have failed. This is the choice of citizens of free democratic Poland," he said after exit poll result were made public late on Sunday.
The voter turnout in the runoff presidential polls, according to preliminary data, was 56.1% The turnout in the first round of voting on May 10 was lower - 48.96%
Final official result of the runoff presidential elections will be announced late on Monday.