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Hungary’s ruling parties maintained their lead over the opposition parties, which saw their support remaining basically unchanged, according to a fresh poll released by the Századvég Institute on Thursday.

Within the whole electorate, 35 percent of the vote would go to the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat (KDNP) alliance if the election were held this Sunday, Századvég said.

Support in this group for Jobbik remained at 8 percent while for the Socialist-Párbeszéd alliance went down to 6 percent. Green LMP maintained its support at 3 percent and the leftist Democratic Coalition at 4 percent, the pollster said.

Among decided voters Fidesz-KDNP had support of 53 percent, Jobbik 13 percent and the Socialist-Párbeszéd alliance 12 percent. LMP in this group stood with 9 percent and DK with 8 percent.

The ratio of undecided voters went up to 37 percent.

The poll was conducted by phone on a sample of 1,000 adults between January 7 and 13.

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Source: MTI

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  1. Don’t expect this to change any time soon. MSZP/DK/LMP making common cause with Jobbik simply isn’t credible, and is quite possibly damaging to all the parties concerned. A new, credible, “clean hands” party is badly needed. A reshuffle of the same, tired old opposition parties, with nary a good idea amongst them, simply will not do.

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