Even in retrospect 78 percent of Hungarians think that the Hungarian government acted right when initiated the extension of the state of emergency in March, but now 66 percent also agree with the government on ending the corresponding special legal order, reveals a telephone interview based opinion
INSTITUTE OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES SURVEY: POPE ST JOHN PAUL II, CENTRAL EUROPE’S POLISH SAINT
Karol Wojtyła, or Pope St John Paul II as the world knows him, was born one hundred years ago on May 18. So far the sole Polish pope of the Roman Catholic Church, he is the object of unparalleled veneration in the region: at least three-quarters of the population of all four Visegrad states continue
A high level of confidence in the government has had a positive effect on the ruling parties as well and reached 55 percent among active voters, reveals a telephone interview based public opinion poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet last week. Due to the success of the curfew 6 out 10 respondents did
Satisfaction with the Hungarian government's measures against the coronavirus remains high for more than three weeks after the declaration of the emergency with 4 out of 5 (78 percent) respondents saying so, reveals a Nézőpont Intézet public opinion poll that concluded on Saturday. Since the declara
While in 2014 Jobbik had over a million sympathisers throughout the country, by now its supporter base is down to half of its former size, and party has been unable to replace voters lost since 2015, reveals an analysis conducted by Nézőpont Intézet for daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet.