Fully 81 percent of Hungarian respondents in a recent poll by the Szazadveg Foundation expressed “withering criticism” of the European Union’s leadership and dissatisfaction with the EU’s handling of migration while indicating a desire for change. Continue reading “Poll: Vast majority wants change in EU”
With just over a month to go until the European parliamentary elections, the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance has widened its lead over its rivals, according to a fresh poll by the Szazadveg Institute. Continue reading “Poll: Ruling parties widen lead”
NATO membership is viewed favourably by 71 percent of all respondents in the Visegrad Four grouping and by 67 percent in Hungary within the group, according to a survey conducted in 12 countries and regions in central Europe by the Nezopont Institute. Continue reading “Majority in V4 support NATO membership”
The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) alliance has increased its lead over the opposition among decided voters, garnering the support of 56 percent two months before the European parliamentary election on May 26, a poll by the Nezopont Institute published on Monday shows. Continue reading “Fidesz-KDNP lead grows in poll”
The European Parliament published its first seat projections for the European elections, according to which “the next hemicycle would reflect a more fragmented political landscape than ever.” Continue reading “EP2019: Fidesz to have more mandates”
Two-thirds of respondents in a recent poll see illegal migration to Hungary as a worrying issue, while some 40 percent said that the problem was serious, pollster Szazadveg told MTI on Wednesday, citing a survey of 1,000 adults conducted in December. Continue reading “Poll: Most Hungarians against massive, uncontrolled migration”
The ruling Fidesz-led alliance’s base has strengthened while support for the opposition has waned since the spring general election, according to the latest poll released by the Nezopont Institute on Saturday.