A fresh poll by the Nézőpont Institute has found that the ruling alliance of Fidesz and the Christian Democrats would win a 3/4 majority in parliament if elections were held this Sunday.
Nézőpont said in a statement that among decided voters, Fidesz-KDNP’s list would capture 51% of the vote in a general election, noting that the poll’s margin of error meant this could be considered identical to the 52% won by the ruling parties in 2022. A united opposition would receive 26% of the vote, 10% less than in 2022, Nézőpont said. The radical opposition Mi Hazánk would garner 12% of the vote, doubling its share from 2022. The satirical Two-Tailed Dog Party would receive 8%, clearing the 5% threshold to enter parliament. Fidesz-KDNP’s votes would translate into 148 seats in Hungary’s 199-seat parliament, up from the current 135. The left-wing opposition would have 30 seats, 27 less than their current 57. Meanwhile, Mi Hazánk would double its number of MPs with 12 seats, making it the largest opposition group. The Two-Tailed Dog Party would have 8 seats. Nézőpont’s phone poll was carried out between March 27 and 29 with a sample of 1,000 adults.