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Neben einer hohen Wahlbeteiligung von 48,45 Prozent erzielte das Fidesz-KDNP-Bündnis von Premierminister Orbán am Sonntag bei den Kommunalwahlen 2019 in Ungarn einen weiteren Sieg von über 50 Prozent.
PM Orbán thanked voters in rural Hungary for putting their trust in the ruling party. “They can count on us in the future, too.” He also thanked all Hungarian voters who cast their ballots and congratulated the winners.
In a poll conducted by the Nézőpont Institute, 53 percent of decided voters expressed their support for Fidesz. This is up 2 percent since its October survey and up 6 percent since the spring general election
News portal Origo.hu identified Flóra Orbán to be the daughter of an officer serving in Cyprus, and not the prime minister’s daughter. The two-year-old was returning home after visiting her father at his post
Among decided voters, Fidesz-KDNP’s list would capture 52 percent of the vote in a general election held this Sunday. Jobbik would receive 18 percent, while the Socialist-Párbeszéd alliance and DK would each be backed by 8 percent of voters
Based on the average of four large Hungarian polling institutes, the Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance would have received 53 percent support of committed voters in July, 6 percentage points more than in April
The counting of mail-in ballots from Hungarians living outside of Hungary revealed overwhelming support for Fidesz-KDNP. Winning nearly 95 percent of votes by mail, the governing alliance secured an extra seat in parliament on top of their 133 mandates, according to the latest results.