Fidesz-KDNP alliance lost the 2019 municipal election in Budapest, however won outside Budapest. If we were referring to votes on the parliamentary election, the nationwide and strong victory of Fidesz would be unquestionable.
Kozvelemenykutatok.hu looks into the latest data ahead of the municipal elections to see how individual polling institutes gauged the status of the mayoral election. Institutes that regularly publish political opinion polls measured István Tarlós' lead in tight competition.
The scandalous sound recording about Gergely Karácsony has had no long-term effect on the political race in the capital. Fifty-three percent of decided voters would vote for István Tarlós, 40 percent for Gergely Karácsony and as many as 7 percent for Róbert Puzsér, whereas Krisztián Berki curr
56 percent of Budapest voters who have promised definite participation would chose István Tarlós on 13th October. The popularity of Gergely Karácsony shows further decline, so he would only take 38 percent of the votes if the election was due this Sunday, the representative public opinion poll of 10
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53% of Budapest voters, who have promised definite participation in the 2019 municipal elections, said they are going to vote for István Tarlós, and only 40% of them are planning to support Karácsony, while 7% of them would vote for the „opposition of the opposition”, Róbert Puzsér.
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István Tarlós would collect half of votes (50 percent) even on his own, meaning that his significant lead in the competition for the title of Mayor of Budapest has prevailed according to the latest, Budapest, poll of Nézőpont Institute.
Not only is István Tarlós leading the race for the Budapest Mayoral Elections (supported by 52 percent of decided voters), but he is considered to be a probable winner compared to his challengers, according to a Budapest survey, completed on Saturday and conducted by the Nézőpont Institute.
The Fidesz-KDNP party alliance occupies a favourable position as regards the autumn local elections: 3.3 million support the politics of the governing coalition, and this figure has been stable over 3 million ever since January 2018.