If the Hungarian parliamentarian elections were this year, a representative sample shows that we could expect a 70% turnout. The Fidesz could secure 47% of the decided voters’ vote, and the strongest opposition party is the Jobbik with 14%. However, in the total adult population, the four strongest opposition parties (Jobbik, DK, Momentum, MSZP) could capture 31% of the votes, which is just one per cent less than the Fidesz could expect. Moreover, 33% of the total population is yet undecided. Therefore, those parties who could gain more undecided voters can secure their victory. - demonstrates the latest research of the Republikon Institute, which is published on Telex.hu
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