PM Orbán: “We are the ones who successfully stopped migration at the southern border of Europe”
"We want change" in the EP electionsRead more
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.