Analyses and research
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- Not Refugee Crisis But Economic Issues to Determine the Next Hungarian Elections
- Altough the number of refugees has been significantly reducing recently (mainly due to the winter wheather conditions), anti-immigrant campaign of the Hungarian goverment is still in full swing. In the early stage of the campaign (Summer 2015), it focused on economic concerns (“they’re taking our jobs”) and collecting signatures to reject EU quo...
- Capitalism Can Be Different: Political Lessons from the Hungarian Uber-Protests
- As it has happened in many countries before, Hungarian taxi drivers have had enough of Uber, and protested in the most busy junctions of Budapest for days. And although the conflict is more of an economic issue than a political one, the reactions of the Hungarian government and opposition parties are worth looking at closer.Originally published ...
- Clinton, Fiorina and Feminism in US Presidential Campaign
- Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina – the American presidential campaign is more and more dominated by two female candidates. Although each of them represents quite a different stance, both of them approach the women’s issues as a key element of their campaigns.
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- Participation, Transparency, Action: Primary Election as Political Innovation
- In Hungary the democratic opposition struggles with the lack of visibility, trust and the capacity to act. Those voters who left the governing Fidesz party do not join the opposition. In order to stimulate the latter, the Republikon Institute proposes to introduce primary elections. We believe that this instrument of narrowing the field of candi...
- Speaking of Feminism(s) from the Perspective of Freedom
- It’s not difficult to notice how short-tempered a discussion can get when arguing with people who claim to fight for the same ideals we do but who being, in fact, far from values and principles we believe in still claim to own the one and only “correct” way of bringing those ideals about. To me it’s the case with feminism and people who question...
- Republikon Institute’s June Research
Both the Socialists and the smaller Democratic Coalition lose support in June 2017 as their infighting continue. Thus, for the first time in our polls, the green Politics Can be Different is now stronger than the Democratic Coalition. Fidesz increases its support; almost every other Hungarian is a Fidesz voter.
- Republikon Institute’s April Research
Fidesz loses while Jobbik and MSZP gain in the new opinion poll of Republikon Institute conducted at a period when anti-government protests took place in Budapest and other major cities. However Fidesz (47 percent) still has a huge advantage to MSZP's and Jobbik's 19 percent.
See the full results HERE!
- Republikon Institute’s March Research
Socialists (MSZP) gain 2 percent in the new Republikon survey, while newly formed Momentum first enters our data with 2 percent. The gain of the Left can be attributed to the appearance of prime ministerial candidate László Botka. Fidesz still has a huge lead over all the other parties, while Jobbik is third after Fidesz and the Socialists. Ex-...
- Republikon Institute’s February Research
Jobbik loses while smaller left-liberal parties gain in the new opinion poll of Republikon Institute, showing changing resulting from the campaign against the Budapest Olympics. Fidesz still dominates the field while the Socialist party comes second.
See the full results here!