A recent survey conducted by the George Soros-affiliated think tank European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and including 12 countries of the European Union found that nearly twice as many Hungarians feel free in their everyday life when compared to their German counterparts. It raises some uncomfortable contradictions for the prevailing mainstream, left-liberal view disseminated by biased media reports and the foundations that rank “freedom.”
According to polling data from Datapraxis, YouGov, AnalitiQs, Alpha and Hungarian pollster Szondaphone, 88 percent of Hungarians answered that they are partially or entirely free (the best result among the 12 countries included in the study). In Germany, which came in last place closely followed by Austria, this figure was only 46 percent. Meanwhile, nearly four times as many Hungarians as Germans said that they feel free, 41 percent versus 11 percent, respectively.