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.
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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.
The population agrees with the excess profit tax on windfall profits
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Seventy-nine percent of Hungarians are in favour of the government imposing an excess profit tax on companies that have made windfall profits so that the revenues generated in this way should make utility price cap sustainable in the long run, according to the latest poll of Századvég. The survey covered the opinion of the population about the reasons for the increase in prices and the question of what expectations Hungarians have of companies’ burden-sharing that benefit even in a war situation.
The vast majority of Hungarians do not support the imposition of further sanctions on Russia
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Eighty-nine percent of respondents believe that economic sanctions against Russia are detrimental to both the European Union and the European economy, and 71 percent oppose extending these sanctions to energy sources such as natural gas and oil, according the survey conducted by Századvég in May. The survey mapped the population’s attitudes to the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Brussels’ oil embargo proposal is surrounded by social rejection
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Ursula von der Leyen presented the details of the European Commission’s sixth sanction proposal against Russia at the European Parliament’s plenary session on 4 May. The body in Brussels plans that EU Member States should stop importing Russian oil within six months and refined petroleum products by the end of the year. Századvég has examined what Hungarians think about the blocking of Russian oil and natural gas imported to Hungary and the economic consequences of the sanctions imposed on Russia.
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