A fresh survey conducted by the IDEA institute has found that public support for ruling Fidesz among voting age adults has not changed and stands at 29%. Support for Fidesz among people with clear-cut party preferences was gauged at 48%. If the general election were held now, the Democratic Coalition (DK) would garner 12% of the votes, Mi Hazánk 6%, and Momentum 5%, clearing the parliamentary threshold. All other opposition parliamentary parties — LMP, Jobbik, the Socialist Party, and Párbeszéd — would garner 1% each, and the satirical non-parliamentary Two-tailed Dog 4%, and would not make it to parliament. The ratio of voters without a party preference was gauged at 38%, 2 percentage points higher than earlier.
Fresh survey finds Fidesz way out ahead
Mar 28, 2023
An IDEA institute survey found support for Fidesz among people with clear-cut party preferences was gauged at 48%.