The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) alliance has maintained its lead over the opposition with a 53 percent support among decided voters, a poll by the Nézőpont Institute published on Tuesday shows.
Among decided voters, the leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) has retained its lead over other opposition forces with 12 percent of the vote. Momentum came second with support of 10 percent, followed by conservative Jobbik with 8 percent.
The Socialist-Párbeszéd alliance lagged behind with a record low 6 percent trailed closely by the satirical Two-tailed Dog party with 5 percent, the parliamentary threshold. Green LMP had 3 percent, and radical nationalist Mi Hazánk 2 percent, Nézőpont said.
Among the whole population, Fidesz-KDNP had 41 percent while DK had 8 percent of the vote, Nézőpont said.
Momentum in this group had 7 percent, Jobbik also 7 percent, whereas Socialist-Parbeszed, Two-tailed Dog and LMP 3 percent, respectively. Mi Hazánk had 2 percent.
Nézőpont conducted the poll between May 31 and June 26 on a representative sample of 5,000 people.
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