March 21 marks the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of the first Bolshevik state in Hungary, the so called republic of soviet. On this occasion we have looked at the history of communism in Hungary through the evolution of the communist/anti-communist cleavage and surveyed contemporary Hungaria
Nézőpont Intézet conducted an online flash survey revealing that two-thirds of Hungarians (65 percent) think that Europe’s Christian culture must be preserved, and only one-quarter think (24 percent) that other religions and cultures taking hold on the continent must be accepted.
Of the region’s 83 million voters 61 million are against immigration, reveals a Nézőpont Intézet survey conducted in nine Central European countries. Perceptions about George Soros in the region show similar tendencies with over 30 million people having a negative and only 14 million having a positi
Nearly 7 million people have heard and 3 million have spoken of the family protection action plan announced by the Hungarian Prime Minister – reveals a public opinion survey conducted by Nézőpont Intézet on behalf of daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet.
54 percent of active voters among sympathisers would vote for the Fidesz-KDNP alliance making it Europe's most successful party. Opposition parties may turn on each other during the EP campaign in order to get mandates, according to the latest opinion poll by Nézőpont Institute for Magyar Nemzet.
Despite its move toward left-wing parties, Jobbik is still considered the most anti-Semitic, racist and radical political party by the Hungarian people – reveals a public opinion poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet on behalf of daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet.
A two-thirds majority backs the family policy action plan announced by Viktor Orbán on Sunday, reveals the flash survey conducted by Nézőpont Intézet on behalf of Magyar Nemzet. The new policy is welcomed by a majority of 63 percent and even 40 percent of those critical of the government.
Support for Fidesz-KDNP remains strong following the events of December with their popularity among active voters still over 50 per cent, while 250,000 voters have abandoned the failing.
There is social consensus over the government's family policy solutions aiming for a demographic turnaround. 8 out of 10 respondents finds the support of Hungarian families a good decision, according to the an opinion poll by Nézőpont Intézet.
A common list from the opposition may result in losing a third of Jobbik and one-fifth of left-wing voters, almost certainly because widely rejected politician Ferenc Gyurcsány and his party would also be part of this rainbow coalition, recent polls by Nézőpont Intézet indicate.