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AN INNOVATIVE AND TRADITIONALIST PRESIDENT – Katalin Novák’s first 100 days in office

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Katalin Novák was elected by the Parliament as the President of Hungary on 14 March 2022, and took office on 10 May. The Nézőpont Institute has overviewed the first 100 days of her presidency, examined the support behind her and attempted to provide an explanation for her popularity. At the first
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IN CENTRAL EUROPE, HUNGARIANS ARE THE MOST SATISFIED WITH THEIR GOVERNMENT

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In 12 countries studied in Central Europe, Hungary (61%) and Serbia (60%) had the highest proportion of people satisfied with their governments’ performance, Nézőpont Institute’s research conducted in May and June in Central Europe shows. The survey reveals that in the rest of the countries of the r
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ONLY POPE FRANCIS IS MORE IN FAVOUR OF PEACE THAN VIKTOR ORBÁN

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According to the latest survey of the Nézőpont Institute, four-fifths of Hungarians (78 percent) believe that Viktor Orbán is in favour of peace. Only Pope Francis (83 percent) is thought to be more in favour of a ceasefire, while less than half of Hungarians think the same about Western leaders. Jo
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