Opinion polls

Péter Márki-Zay has lost much of his popularity since he became a candidate
In its latest poll, Századvég looked at how the politician’s popularity has changed over the past two months, after he became candidate.
How would Péter Márki-Zay’s policy on overheads affect the expenditures of Hungarian households?
Péter Márki-Zay would abolish overhead cost reduction and adjust household tariffs to market prices.
The majority of Hungarians do not support the energy policy of Ferenc Gyurcsány and Péter Márki-Zay
What the energy policy of Ferenc Gyurcsány and Péter Márki-Zay has in common is that they both reject the administered prices resulting in the reduction of overhead costs and support market pricing that would increase the vulnerability of Hungarian people, leading to a huge increase in overhead bills.
Nearly two-thirds of voters expect Fidesz-KDNP to win in 2022
Regarding the outcome of the parliamentary elections next spring, a significant majority of voters, 63 percent, expect Viktor Orbán and Fidesz-KDNP to win, according to the latest poll of Századvég.
Preferences for prime minister: 51 percent for Viktor Orbán, 41 percent for Péter Márki-Zay
As a result of the second round of the opposition primary, Péter Márki-Zay, Mayor of Hódmezővásárhely, will replace Gergely Karácsony as the left-wing candidate for the head of government in the 2022 parliamentary elections.
Demokratikus Koalíció took the lead on the left
Approaching the 2022 parliamentary elections, left-wing parties are increasingly focusing on election preparations, in which all left-liberal forces have recently sought to increase their own weight at the expense of their “allies”.
Five times “No” – Sexual propaganda aimed at minors is overwhelmingly rejected in Hungary
The fact that the European Commission has initiated infringement proceedings against Hungary due to the amendment of child protection legislation adopted in June has sparked off public debate recently...
Hungarians are pro-European, but they would reform the bureaucracy in Brussels
It is a recurring topic in both European and domestic public discourse to reform the functioning of the European Union. For the last year and a half, criticism has mainly been made against Brussels over the control of the coronavirus pandemic and in particular, the botched supply of vaccines in the EU...
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