Fully 78 percent of all respondents in a recent Nézőpont survey — and 63 percent of left-wing supporters — were in favour of an immediate ceasefire in Ukraine, while only 2 percent expected the war would end before its first anniversary.
Hungarians would like an immediate ceasefire even if that means Ukraine loses territories, 24.hu said. Four-fifths of Hungarians believe that an immediate ceasefire is needed even if Ukraine cannot recover all the land that Russia has occupied, the government-close pollster said on Friday. Nearly two-thirds of left-wing supporters and 91 percent of ruling-party supporters shared this view, it added. No social group said the war should continue with the hope that the occupied territories are recovered, it said.
Nézőpont said 49 percent of Hungarians believed the war may go on for years and only 33 percent thought that the situation could be resolved in 2023. Some 46 percent of ruling-party supporters and 48 percent of opposition supporters said the war may be prolonged for years, while 34 percent of ruling-party supporters and 35 percent of opposition supporters said the conflict would cease this year. The Nézőpont phone survey of 1,000 voting-age adults was carried out from Jan. 30 to Feb 1.
Has this story been approved by the US ambassador. Someone should ask him about the US role in Covid or do you not care.
You had a whole Covid section, but now it’s like it never happened.
A certain percentage of that surveyd “1,000 voting-age adults” surely represents THE MAJORITY of all of us Hungarians. Give me a break!
I wonder if our PM would concern himself if 50.1 pc (example only) of 1000 surveyed people thought that he should quit (examople only).