According to Hungarian research and analysis institute Nézőpont Intézet the governing Fidesz-KDNP coalition would receive 44 percent of all votes in Budapest if elections were held now. The government parties are followed by Democratic Coalition (DK) standing at 10 percent.
According to the poll the Socialists (MSZP) would receive 7 percent, the Together party (Együtt) 6 percent, the Dialogue party (Párbeszéd) 3 percent, the Jobbik party 7 percent and the Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party would get 3 percent of all Budapest votes according to the poll which was conducted for the government friendly newspaper Magyar Idők. Among the entire population the government parties would get 32 percent and LMP would be in second place with 10 percent, followed by DK with 8 and both Jobbik and MSZP with 5 percent each. Együtt would receive 4, Párbeszéd 2 and the Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party would get 3 percent of all votes. About 6 percent of all Budapest votes would go to another party. In the country as a whole 12 percent of all votes would go to Jobbik, 8 percent to MSZP and 5 percent to DK. According to the most probable party list results 23 percent would vote for Jobbik, 9 for MSZP and 7 for DK.
Last Updated on Friday, 11 November 2016 07:51