„Central Europe has been put on the world map once again, and this is our achievement, Poles, Hungarians, Slovaks and Czechs together”, said Polish Deputy Prime Minister Beata Szydlo at the conference „Europe of Central Europe” organised by Nézőpont Intézet and the Felczak Foundation. The Polish
6 out of 10 Hungarians (59 percent) or nearly 5 million people have a good opinion of the US. Only 1 in 5 (22 percent) said they had a bad opinion, which is half of the Central European average (40 percent), according to a Nézőpont Intézet survey conducted in twelve Central European locations.
Good Governance Index by Nézőpont Intézet looks at the quality of 2018 governance in nine EU Member States south of the Baltic States and north of Greece not through fixed values or in an ideologically driven context but by comparing the countries' own past and comparative achievements. We considere
With the approach of the European Parliament election, the governing Fidesz-KDNP is becoming more and more popular among voters (57 per cent), while opposition parties Jobbik (11 per cent) and MSZP (10 per cent) lost supporters between March and April, although this change was within the margin erro
Nézőpont Institute conducted a quick online poll, which revealed that the majority of Hungarians (54 percent) considers the statements of Ildikó Bangoné Borbély as outrageous.
MIDDLE EUROPEANS PREFER THE RIGHT WING AND CONSERVATIVE PARTIES, BUT THEY ARE AGAINST MIGRATION IN PARTICULAR
The ideological self-classification of the Central European population shows that the majority supports the political right-wing, they are conservative and have a critical stance towards migration.
86 per cent of Hungarians agree with the declaration of Good Friday as a public holiday - the online quick poll by Nézőpont Institute shows.
Of the voters in the Central European region, 51 million people expect an increase in the migration into the European Union in the next decade.
With six months to go until the voting, István Tarlós has the biggest chanceto win the Budapest mayoral election, as half of the city’s residents (48 percent) said that they would support him if the elections were held this Sunday. 29 per cent of the voters inBudapest support Gergely Karácsony, whi
With six months to go till the autumn municipal elections, those who do not want to see Péter Márki-Zay become mayor of Hódmezővásárhely (46 percent) constitute a small majority against those who do (42 percent), reveals a publc opinion poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet.