WARSAW Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski was pushed into a surprise second place spot by a conservative challenger in Sunday's presidential election, and must now face him in a run-off on May 24, an exit poll showed.
No official results from the voting have been released. The exit poll, by Ipsos, put Komorowski on 32.2 percent of the vote, behind conservative Andrzej Duda on 34.8 percent.
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