The advantage of Fidesz-KDNP over the left-liberal side is undiminished

The poll examined the parties’ support base in several dimensions.

If left-wing parties – similarly to the 2022 parliamentary elections – were to draw up a joint list, 42 percent of respondents would vote for the governing parties and 25 percent for the opposition alliance.

Eleven percent of voters would vote for Magyar Kétfarkú Kutyapárt, 9 percent would vote for Mi Hazánk Mozgalom, and the  proportion of those who refused to answer and were undecided  was  12 percent.

In case the parties of the six-party left-wing alliance decided to run independently in a parliamentary election if it was due this Sunday,

Fidesz-KDNP would be supported by 40 percent of the votes of Hungarians, Magyar Kétfarkú Kutyapárt by 11 percent, and Demokratikus Koalíció and Mi Hazánk Mozgalom by 9 percent each.

According to the survey, Momentum’s voter base is estimated at 8 percent. Jobbik, LMP (2 percent each), MSZP and Párbeszéd Magyarországért (1 percent each) would not even reach the 5 percent threshold required to win mandates.

In summary, one year after the 2022 parliamentary elections, political support for the Fidesz-KDNP party alliance remains outstanding, while the opposition side is characterized by strong fragmentation and general unpopularity.

• Methodology

CATI-method, n=1000, among the politically active Hungarian adult population (politically active = those who promise to participate in the elections for sure or likely), data collection: March 2023