The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat parties have retained a huge lead of 54 percent among decided voters and 39 percent across the whole sample, it has been revealed.
According to a study conducted by Nézőpont, the government has not been affected in any way by the recent anti-government protests, held in December.
MTI reports that Nézőpont collected its data from a representative sample of 5,000 voting-age adults in January.
Nézőpont head Ágoston Sámuel Mráz revealed that conservative Jobbik would garner 13 percent, the Socialist-Párbeszéd parties 10 percent, Democratic Coalition 7 percent and LMP 5 percent among decided voters if elections were held this weekend.
According to the poll, the ruling parties would have 14 mandates out of a total 21 if the European parliamentary elections were held this weekend.