59 percent of Hungarians said in the tenth month of the fight against the coronavirus and with roughly five hundred days to go until the parliamentary elections that they were “rather satisfied” with Viktor Orbán’s performance. Nézőpont Intézet has not registered such high figures before: the sum of
Should opposition parties run separately, Fidesz KDNP would gain 51 percent in an election held this Sunday. In the case of an opposition joint list also including Jobbik and the Democratic Coalition, however, government parties could reach as much as 56 percent, reveals a nationally represent
Support for Jobbik is consistently less than half of what it was in 2018: 9 percent of active voters would vote for the party. By now only 35 percent of the once extreme right-wing party’s supporters identify as right-wingers, reveals a representative survey conducted by Nézőpont Intézet last week.
Among neighbouring countries, Slovakia has the largest majority of respondents who tend to have a good opinion of Hungary (78 percent) while Hungarians continue to think favourably of Austria in the largest numbers (82 percent). Hungary’s perception has improved in Slovakia, Austria, Croatia and Slo
Even in retrospect 78 percent of Hungarians think that the Hungarian government acted right when initiated the extension of the state of emergency in March, but now 66 percent also agree with the government on ending the corresponding special legal order, reveals a telephone interview based opinion