Fidesz-KDNP support continued to grow in March


Compared to February, the number of government voters increased by two percentage points among voters, with 56% of government support. Fidesz-KDNP is the strongest and most popular party association in Europe as a result of its growing popularity. All this also means that in a European Parliament election due to take place this Sunday, the list of EPs of 14 seats will be awarded. The expansion of the sympathizing circle also proves that popular debate about the party was not negatively influenced by the support of government parties, and even intensified its field. Compared with the parliamentary elections, the Fidesz-KDNP would achieve a better result in May by 9 percentage points.

The popularity of opposition parties in most cases stagnated in the last month: MSZP-P 11, DK 6, LMP 5, Momentum 4% among voters, the same as in February. The fall to Jobbik was once again, and the list of votes of the last month of April in the parliamentary elections would be 8% bigger than that, with a total of 12%.

This also means that Jobbik 3, the MSZP-P would get 2 terms in the elections to the European Parliament, so Benedek Jávor would not join the EP even if Tóth Bertalan backed down. Gábor Vágó, Klára Dobrev and the five percent leader of the LMP would receive a mandate. Momentum, Our Hungary and the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party would not cross the threshold to get a mandate.

In the total population, Fidesz-KDNP 42, Jobbik 8, MSZP-Dialogue Association 7, DK 4, LMP and MKKP 3, Momentum 2 and Our Hungary are one percent.

Viewpoint Institute


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