Budapest (MTI) – Twenty-nine percent of respondents in the Nézőpont Institute’s latest poll indicated preference for the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance, the pollster reported on Wednesday.

Across the whole sample, 11 percent of respondents backed radical nationalist Jobbik, 10 percent preferred the Socialist Party, and the Democratic Coalition (DK) and LMP got 4 percent each.

Among decided voters, the ruling parties would garner 40 percent of the votes, Jobbik 26, the Socialists 13, while DK and LMP 7 percent, respectively, if general elections were held this weekend.

The ratio of those reluctant to give an opinion or staying away from the polls was 37 percent.


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