Opinion Polls
Two-thirds of the citizens of the capital would replace Gergely Karácsony
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Less than one-third (31 percent) of the residents in Budapest would support Gergely Karácsony in a municipal election if it was held this Sunday, while 66 percent would like to see a new mayor leading the capital, according to a July survey conducted by Századvég. The survey wanted to find out what the citizens of the capital think of the work and achievements of the current mayor and the city administration of Budapest.
Stable governing parties – collapsing left
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According to self-reports, the survey mapped which political force the politically active Hungarians supported on 3 April and which party they currently favour and then compared the results...
Public opinion is calling for peace and compromise in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict
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Eighty-three percent of Hungarians are calling for a negotiation and compromise in the Russian-Ukrainian war for peace as soon as possible, but the vast majority believe that the parties involved are not interested in making peace, according to a survey conducted by Századvég.
Webinar
Innovation in CEE and the new European Innovation Agenda
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Századvég Konjunktúrakutató’s recent webinar focused on the much-awaited new European Innovation Agenda. This workshop touched upon initiatives promoting innovation in CEE and the developing new European Innovation Agenda: corresponding frameworks, challenges, and proposed ways to go forward.
Innovation in CEE and the new European Innovation Agenda
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As part of the series webinars organized by Századvég, the next event focuses on the much-awaited new European Innovation Agenda. We will introduce our learnings of the EU and national innovation-promoting programs and various aspects of their exploitation in Central and Eastern Europe. Building on our group’s input to the Commission’s latest public consultation, this time we will focus on the CEE practices: frameworks, challenges, success stories and shortcomings.
(DE)URBANIZATION
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On 16 December, Századvég Group organized its third English-language webinar.
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