Three out of four adult Hungarians wish Gyurcsány to retire from politics, according to a survey conducted by the Nézőpont Institute on the eve of the 15th anniversary of the leak of the Öszöd speech. The fact that two-thirds of the voters who are critical of the government also think this way is a
The uninterrupted summer holidays, the recovery of the economy and the impact of the child protection referendum have also played a role in that Fidesz has become the political winner of the summer season. In the intensifying political competition, the proportion of uncertain voters decreased, but t
The mayor has been campaigning for the prime ministerial candidacy for almost three months, but his popularity has not increased neither among the general population nor among government critics. This Sunday, 55 percent of Hungarians would choose Orban and 15 percent Karácsony as prime minister.
According to a nationally representative poll conducted by Nézőpont Institute for Magyar Nemzet, Three-quarters of Hungarians (74 percent) believe that education about homosexuality in schools and kindergartens should be made dependent on parental permission. It has received significant media reso
A nationally representative poll conducted by Nézőpont Institute for Magyar Nemzet revealed that the Mayor tries to appear independent of the former prime minister in vain. The majority of Hungarians (59 percent) believes that Ferenc Gyurcsány and Gergely Karácsony have a good relationship. Accor