Hungary is Europe’s third most split country after Serbia and Italy, according a recent Ipsos Mori poll published by the BBC.
The percentage of those who said their country is more divided than 10 years ago was by far the highest in Hungary. More than 50% of the people shared this opinion.
According to Ipsos Mori’s Glenn Gottfried,
“Tensions based on class and income still exist. In Britain, for example, about a third see tension between rich and poor, and in Hungary more people see tension between rich and poor than in relation to immigrants.”
In the online Ipsos Mori poll spanning 27 countries, 66% of people in Europe felt their nations were “more divided”, the highest proportion worldwide BBC writes.