According to separate results published by the Nézőpont Institute, Alapjogokért, Real-PR 93, Századvég and Társadalomkutató, the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) alliance has increased its lead in the full population.
During a conference organized by the Nézőpont Institute, polling director Dániel Nagy said party preferences were “stable”. Fidesz-KDNP is supported by 51-52 percent of decided voters, and support of the joint list of the opposition varies between 42 and 47 percent, he said. The opposition primaries seem to have failed to change voting readiness significantly, he said. Extrapolating from those numbers, the ruling parties would obtain 125 places in parliament if the election was held this Sunday, Nagy said. The opposition would win 73 places, and one would be filled by a lawmaker elected on an ethnic minority ticket, he said.
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