The ruling Fidesz-KDNP alliance is still ahead of all the opposition parties in a new poll.
According to the poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet for Magyar Nemzet, 52 percent of Hungarians would vote for the Fidesz-KDNP national list in an election held this Sunday, and over three million people continue to support the government’s policies.
The anti-government bloc, comprising seven opposition parties, is supported by 44 percent of those promising to vote in the election.
Fidesz-KDNP would get 52 percent of the votes cast in a poll this Sunday. The government parties’ popularity has remained balanced throughout 2019, with every other active voter being their sympathizer each month.
The opposition parties’ circle of supporters has been stagnating since the local elections, with variance due to the activity of each party’s voter camp only. Total combined support for the anti-government side, which includes seven opposition forces (Momentum, DK, Jobbik, MSZP-P, MKKP, LMP), would come to 44 percent in the most likely list result category.