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In Poland's capital city of Warsaw on Monday, newspapers printed the election results as data changed continuously during the voting. There was a general feeling of satisfaction among people in the city. They say they are happy that everything is under control and they will have a president.
Agnieszka Sikora, Warsaw Resident, said, "I am very happy. I do not expect any dramatic changes but I think government policies will continue. They will also be under control because there will be no more excuses that the president is against the government."
Wlodzimierz Hauster, Warsaw Resident, said, "I think Komorowski will be confirmed as the winner after all but he does need to draw conclusions from the result, that effectively it is a victory not a draw after all. Komorowski has proved himself to be a high-class politician, a stable one."