Andrzej Duda won the presidential elections in Poland, but by a narrow margin

Duda, a conservative and supporter of traditional values, received 51.21% of the vote, while his rival, the liberal mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowski, received 48.79%. The elections were held with an ultra-high turnout of more than 68% and essentially split the country in half.



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