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.
The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance is more popular than the opposition parties combined, and would win more than 60 percent of Hungary’s European parliamentary seats if the elections were held this Sunday, a fresh poll by the Nezopont Institute shows. Continue reading “Fidesz slightly more popular than before – poll”
Support for the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrats has remained high, with at least a third of every demographic group expressing support for the ruling parties, pollster Nezopont Intezet said on Monday. Continue reading “Fidesz the only people’s party – poll”
Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party has maintained its stable lead, opposition Socialists (MSZP) and left-liberal DK have minimally strengthened, while conservative Jobbik’s and green LMP’s popularity has been falling, Hungarian pro-government daily Magyar Idok concluded, based on the recent surveys of four pollsters. Continue reading “Fidesz unchallenged – polls”
Sympathy is rather one-sided between Germans and Hungarians, a recent poll shows. Continue reading “Hungarians like Germans, but it’s not mutual – poll”