According to various public opinion poll Bronislaw Komorowski gains of 51 to 53 percent of the vote, the head of the opposition party "Law and Justice" Jaroslaw Kaczynski — 46-48 percent of the vote.
After the announcement of the results of exit polls Branilav Komorowski thanked his fans, his main rival J. Kaczynski and stated that this election won the Polish democracy, which has managed to establish itself in the difficult conditions after the Smolensk tragedy that killed former president Lech Kaczynski, and in a dramatic setting floods in the country. At the same time, he urged his supporters is not uncork the champagne and wait for the official election results, as these poll "close to a draw." "The most important is Poland" — said Komorowski.
Nevertheless his rival Jaroslaw Kaczynski in the first words of his speech, congratulated Komorowski on his victory and urged his team-mates, who were many, to prepare for the upcoming local and parliamentary elections.
Voter turnout was just over 50 percent.