The results of Poland’s elections–and the voters who went to the polls–indicate a growing urban-rural split by Victor Gomez and Wojtek Kosc WARSAW and RADOM, Poland–Hundreds of people are milling about the conference hall of Warsaw’s Hotel Gromada. The country’s most popular party, the ex-communist Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), has selected this place to await […]

You have reached a premium content area of TOL. To read this entire article please login if you are already a TOL subscriber.

Not a subscriber?

Annual membership costs only $55 per year for individuals ($33 for students) and organizational subscriptions start at $141 per year.

Subscribe today for access to:
Full access to the website, including premium articles videos, country reports and searchable archives (containing over 25,000 articles).

You can subscribe here to gain access to the entire website.