Budapest (MTI) – The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance has increased its voter support to 31 percent of all respondents according to the latest survey by the Századvég Foundation.
Support for radical nationalist Jobbik and the Socialist Party was slightly down with 12 percent voicing preferences for Jobbik and 8 percent for the Socialists, Szazadveg said in a report sent to MTI on Monday.
In the same group, 5 percent supported the Democratic Coalition (DK) and 4 percent LMP.
Thirty-seven percent said they could not choose a party or would not disclose their affiliation.
Among decided voters 45 percent would cast their ballot for the ruling parties, 23 percent for Jobbik and 15 percent for the Socialist Party. DK would garner 7 percent and LMP 5 percent.
The survey was conducted between July 1 and 6 on a sample of 1,000 adults.