Exit poll: Duda leads Poland’s tight presidential runoff

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — An exit poll for Poland’s presidential runoff is showing a race that is too close to call between the conservative, populist incumbent and the liberal, pro-Europe mayor of Warsaw — a battle that reflected the deep divisions in this European Union nation. The late exit poll by the Ipsos institute showed President Andrzej Duda with 50.8% of the vote and challenger Rafal Trzaskowski with 49.2% in Sunday’s vote. But the poll’s margin of error means it’s not yet possible to say with certainty which 48-year-old candidate won. Many considered this one of the most crucial elections in Poland’s three decades of democracy.