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.
Germany's overall perception remains positive among Hungarians. 54 percent of respondents spoke positively about the country.
The aggressive demonstrations organised by a handful of opposition politicians and sympathisers have all to do with the opposition's race for visibility rather than social issues, says Nézőpont Institute in response to the events of recent days.
Support for Fidesz-KDNP has gone up by 7 percentage points since the April elections, shows the latest party preference survey carried out during the end of November and the first half of December including a period of opposition protests.
Hungarian voters do not approve the scandalous behaviour displayed by the opposition in Parliament on Wednesday - 66 percent deem it unacceptable from Members of Parliament, according to the latest opinion poll by Nézőpont Institute.
While in the UN there is no consensus on the issue of immigration, the people and political leaders of Visegrad Four countries stand united on rejecting it, shows the Nézőpont Institute telephone survey commissioned by Hungarian daily Magyar Idők.
An extra HUF 191b will be allocated in the budget for healthcare next year, however, of this HUF 40b will only be accessible if the institutional system improves its efficiency, was said at the conference Healthcare in Recovery by Nézőpont Intézet. "Hungarian healthcare is in no need of recovery",
Voter numbers increased by 2 percentage points from October to November for government parties, and decreased at the same rate for Jobbik, research by Nézőpont Intézet reveals. Four lists would get mandates if EP elections were held on Sunday, and Fidesz would be able to send two more MEPs.
92% of Hungarians are satisfied with the ambulance service, according to an October opinion poll by Nézőpont Intézet. Technological upgrade also plays an important role in the positive image. 49% of the adult population has had prior contact with paramedics; 61% have seen the new vehicles.
86% of the adult population know of V4 and 63% think it serves their country well in enforcing its interests, according to a survey conducted by Nézőpont Intézet. 47% of respondents are optimistic about the future, 82% would not want their country to exit the EU, and 77% reject refugee quotas.