50 per cent of the decided voters would choose the national list of Fidesz-KDNP in an election held this Sunday. While the governing parties retained their popularity, Momentum grabbed the lead among the opposition parties, as they are supported by 13 per cent of the active voters. Jobbik and DK cam
While in 2014 Jobbik had over a million sympathisers throughout the country, by now its supporter base is down to half of its former size, and party has been unable to replace voters lost since 2015, reveals an analysis conducted by Nézőpont Intézet for daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet.
The large majority of the population in V4 countries considered themselves right-wing at the end of 2019, reveals a public opinion poll conducted in the four countries with the participation of Nézőpont Intézet. In the region once referred to as post-communist, 47 percent of respondents identified a
57 percent of Hungarians say that 2019 was a good year for the country, and 55 percent believe that the country's economic situation has also improved. The optimism is overflowing into 2020 as well, with every second respondent (54 percent) saying that the country will do well this year, reveals a p
Those who have travelled on Hungarian trains would have surely seen some features badly in need of improvement. Efforts by Hungarian State Railways (MÁV), however, are not entirely fruitless. 20 percent of Hungarians, and 35 percent of those who travel regularly by train said that in the past year t