Republikon Intézet

'Party preferences have been frozen, while the camp of the Two-tailed Dog Party and the “other parties” is growing', says, who published our public opinion poll in November.


Key findings of the research


• In November, Fidesz (NI) lost 1 percentage point of its support to the entire population, currently standing at 31 percent. DK (S&D), Jobbik (NI) and Momentum (RE) also weakened 1-1 percentage points; DK has 11 per cent, Jobbik 8 per cent and Momentum 6 per cent of the total population. The MSZP (S&D) remains at 5 per cent, and the Párbeszéd (Greens) remains at 3 per cent, and the LMP (Greens) and Mi Hazánk (NI) still have two per cent support among the total population. The MKKP (NI) strengthened from 2 percent to 3 percent. More people would vote for other parties as well, with 3 percent of the total population now nominating other parties, instead of 2 percent in October.

• The uncertain voters have risen from 24 per cent to 26 per cent of the total population.

• Party support was similar among party voters. Fidesz weakened from 42 per cent to 41 per cent, DK from 16 per cent to 15 per cent, Jobbik from 11 per cent to 10 per cent and Momentum from 10 per cent to 9 per cent. The support of the MSZP (7%), the Párbeszéd (4%) and the LMP (3%) among party voters remains unchanged. Support for the MKKP and Mi Hazánk increased by 1-1 percentage points, MKKP and Mi Hazánk by 3% among party voters. The number of voters from other parties also increased in this category, and after a 2 percentage point increase, 4 percent of party voters now nominated other parties.

• Support for Fidesz fell slightly again in November. Support for the larger opposition parties is also showing a slight downward trend, with the popularity of DK and Jobbik declining at a slow pace for several months. Momentum also weakened slightly this month.

• DK remains the strongest party in the opposition, followed by three middle parties, Jobbik, Momentum and MSZP. The smaller parties seem to be catching up with the middle ground step by step, as they have been able to keep their previous surplus, some have even been able to strengthen.

• After the primaries period, there is some uncertainty among voters of the larger parties and there is still a tendency for voters to turn to the smaller parties. Voters who are breaking away from the larger parties are reinforcing the camp of the insecure and smaller parties.

• The opposition bloc still has higher support than Fidesz, in the general population and party voters as well.


You can find the research HERE.

Methodology: The research was conducted by telephone interviewing 1,000 people 17-23 November. between. The research is representative of the adult population of the country by gender, age, education and type of settlement.



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