According to exit poll results provided by Ipsos on behalf of TVN, TVP, and Polsat, PiS secured 36,8 per cent of the votes, which translates to 200 seats in the Sejm. KO came in second with 31,6 per cent of the votes (163 seats). Other parties set to be represented in the Polish Parliament include Trzecia Droga with 13 per cent of the vote and 55 seats, Lewica with 8,6 per cent and 30 seats, and Konfederacja with 6,2 per cent and 12 seats. The voter turnout was record-breaking, reaching 72,9 per cent, according to the exit poll. If these results remain largely unchanged, KO, Trzecia Droga, and the Left will be in a position to form a government and assume power.
According to Rzeczpospolita daily, Chief of General Staff General Rajmund Andrzejczak and Operations Commander General Tomasz Piotrowski have resigned. They have submitted their applications to President Andrzej Duda. The reason for the two officers' decision is most likely a conflict with MinDef Mariusz Błaszczak, which began with the crisis caused by the downing of a Russian missile near Bydgoszcz - Błaszczak then tried to hold the generals responsible for the missile's failure to be detected for four months. The resignation of top commanders during the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel weakens the Polish Army's ability to respond to potential emergencies.