The status quo in Hungarian politics hasn’t changed much according to the IDEA Institute’s recent poll. The strongest opposition party is seen as the biggest challenger of the ruling Fidesz party, they can even gain support from left-wing voters.
Among all voters the ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance has 33%, Jobbik 14%, the left-liberal Democratic Coalition (DK) 8%, the Socialists (MSZP) 8%, green LMP 5%, left-liberal Together (Egyutt) 2%, and the left-liberal Momentum and Dialogue (Parbeszed) 1-1%. 10% said they would vote for other parties, while 18% didn’t want to or couldn’t answer.
Among decided voters Fidesz-KDNP has 40%, Jobbik 17%, DK 12%, MSZP 10%, other parties 9%, LMP 6%, Together 3%, Momentum 2%, Dialogue 1%.
Since the Socialists and Dialogue agreed to run with a joint list headed by Dialogue chairman Gergely Karacsony, they must reach 10% – instead of 5% – to get into the parliament.
45% of left-wing voters said they’d support the withdrawal of their candidate in favour of Jobbik, in case their candidate is more likely to defeat Fidesz, while 40% said no. 34% of left-wing voters would vote for Jobbik, in case their candidate is more likely to defeat Fidesz, while 50% ruled this possibility out.