The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance has maintained its massive lead ahead of the opposition parties, a poll conducted by the Nézőpont research institute showed.
The ruling parties would win a general election, if held on Sunday, with a 52 percent support among decided voters, according to the poll commissioned and released by daily Magyar Nemzet on Monday.
The leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) and Momentum would garner 11 percent of the votes, respectively, in this group, the poll showed.
Nationalist Jobbik was backed by 9 percent and Socialist-Párbeszéd by 7 percent of the respondents. The satirical Two-tailed Dog party was supported by 4 percent, LMP by 3 percent and radical nationalist Mi Hazank by 2 percent.
Among all voters, support for the ruling parties remained practically unchanged, at 41 percent.
DK and Jobbik were supported by 7 percent each, while Momentum was backed by 6 percent and Socialist-Párbeszéd by 5 percent.
Nézőpont conducted the poll by asking 5,000 voting-age adults in person between July 2 and 9.