Criticising the Fundamental Law of Hungary at a public event for university students, Péter Márki-Zay stated that “I consider it aberrant and downright tacky that it has been included that the father is a man, and the mother is a woman”. According to research data, the majority of Hungarian voters do not agree with the statement of the left-liberal candidate for prime minister. The survey shows that
The majority of Hungarians oppose Péter Márki-Zay’s plan to repeal the Child Protection Act
According to a recent survey of Századvég, 69 percent of Hungarians do not support Péter Márki-Zay’s proposal to repeal the Child Protection Act. In view of the forthcoming national referendum, the survey looked into the matter of what the politically active Hungarian population thought about the statements of the left-wing candidate for prime minister in relation to child protection.
Nearly two-thirds of Hungarian voters disagree with Márki-Zay’s criticism of the Fundamental Law
64 percent of respondents do not share Márki-Zay’s view that it is “aberration” and “tacky” that the Fundamental Law sets out that “the mother is a woman, the father is a man”,
while 31 percent agree with the left-wing politician’s standpoint.
Public opinion is in favour of the Child Protection Act
After the National Assembly had ordered the referendum on child protection, the left’s candidate for prime minister explained that if the left-liberal forces have the possibility to form a government in the spring, “we will immediately repeal this terrible act”. At the same time, the research reveals that
69 percent of Hungarians oppose Péter Márki-Zay’s proposal to repeal the Child Protection Act,
while 21 percent would support this move.
CATI method, n=1000, among the politically active Hungarian adult population (politically active = who promise to vote for sure or probably vote), data collection: February 2022