The ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance maintained its stable lead, and the strongest opposition party, Jobbik has gained a bit more support, according to a recent poll by the IDEA Institute.
According to ATV‘s article, the ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance’s support has slightly weakened in December: among all voters they have 33%, and 38% among decided voters (compared to 42% in November). Jobbik’s gained support, the strongest opposition party has 13% among all voters (11% in November), and 17% among decided voters (15% in November).
The article stresses that these changes are so insignificant, that they show a frozen status quo, rather than actual shifts. This is true for the support of the two main left-wing parties too. Ferenc Gyurcsany’s Democratic Coalition (DK) has 13 % among decided voters, while the Socialist Party (MSZP) has 12%. Among all voters they both stand at 8 %.