Research on party-affiliation, November 2022


Research on party-affiliation, November 2022

Republikon Intézet

Republikon’s research on party-preference

November 2022.

In November, Fidesz had 34% support in relation to the whole population, 1% lower than in October. DK is the strongest opposition party, supported by 13%, a 1% increase compared to the last month. Mi Hazánk remains on 7%, and MSZP remains on 4%. Momentum lost 2% support, and is also at 4%. Jobbik maintains 3% support, while LMP, MKKP, and Párbeszéd all gained 1% in relation to the whole population, making LMP and MKKP’s support 3-3%, and Párbeszéd’s support 2%.

Undecideds in the whole population are at 27%, 1% lower than in October.

Decided voters are voters who named the party they would vote for. The ranking remains unchanging from the whole population. In this group, Fidesz lost 2% in November, and is down at 46%. Dk is the strongest opposition party with 18%, gaining 1%. Mi Hazánk maintains 10%. In this group, Momentum also lost 2% of support, is down to 6%. MSZP maintains 6%, and Jobbik maintains 4%. LMP gained 1%, and is now supported by 4%, similar to MKKP who gained 2%. Párbeszéd maintains 2% support.

Party-preference shows mainly marginal changes in relation to October. Despite the economic woes and the ever-worsening Hungary-EU relations, Fidesz retained its lead, but some erosion amongst their voters continued this month.

The internal relations of the opposition camp do not show any notable change. DK managed to gain some strength, and the smaller parties also found new support. Momentum shows some slight weakening, both in terms of the general population, and amongst those with party-preference, but the balance generally remains: DK leads the group of opposition parties, followed by MSZP and Momentum, then Jobbik, then LMP, MKKP, and Párbeszéd. Mi Hazánk’s support, for now, stabilized at 10%, making them the third strongest party.

Methodology: The survey was conducted by asking a sample of 1000 people by phone between 23rd and 28th of November. The survey was representative of the country’s adult population in terms of gender, age, level of education, and place of residence. Margin of error: +/- 3,2%.


See the results HERE.