A large majority of active voters, 68 percent, saw the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrats (KDNP) winning the general election if it were held this Sunday, according to a fresh survey of the Nézőpont Institute.
Only 15 percent of active voters anticipated an opposition win, the survey published in the Wednesday edition of the daily Magyar Nemzet found.
Pro-government voters are overwhelmingly confident about the elections, Nézőpont said. Fully 88 percent anticipated Fidesz-KDNP being re-elected, 11 percent expressed uncertainty, while a mere 1 percent reckoned with an opposition victory, Nézőpont said.
Among opposition voters, 42 percent saw their side winning as against 36 percent who anticipated a victory by the ruling parties,