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The perception of terrorist threat has increased by 150 percent since last January

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Following last week’s terrorist actions in Brussels, nearly two-thirds of Hungarians (65 percent) consider it possible that Hungary can be the target of a terrorist attack – revealed the most recent public opinion poll by Nézőpont Intézet. In the wake of last year’s terror attack in Paris, 150 perce
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80 PERCENT OF HUNGARIANS REJECT MANDATORY IMMIGRATION QUOTAS

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The Hungarian government has initiated a referendum against the mandatory immigration quotas, since as Nézőpont Intézet’s representative poll taken during February 1-5, 2016 points out: four-fifth of Hungarians (80 percent) do not agree with the idea that refugees arriving to Europe should be distri
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The opposition has not profited from the teachers’ strike

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None of the opposition parties have been able to increase their support as a result of the teachers’ strike, in fact, MSZP’s base has actually decreased – reveals Nézőpont Intézet’s representative public opinion poll completed on behalf of Heti Válasz during February 12-17, 2016. The poll also point
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