A fresh poll by Társadalomkutató has found that ruling Fidesz’s list would garner 52 percent of the votes if the elections were held this Sunday, against 41 percent for the united opposition. The gap between the two parties grew from 5 percent in November. Among smaller parties, Our Homeland (Mi Hazánk) and the satirical Two-tailed Dog party would get 3 percent each. Voters of the ruling parties seem to be committed to the party while some 44 percent of opposition voters seem to be protest voters, the report said. The poll was conducted over the phone with a representative sample of 1,000 people between March 21 and 23.
Poll: Fidesz maintains lead over opposition
A Társadalomkutató poll has found that ruling Fidesz’s list would garner 52% of the votes if the elections were held this Sunday, against 41% for the united opposition.