István Tarlós would collect half of votes (50 percent) even on his own, meaning that his significant lead in the competition for the title of Mayor of Budapest has prevailed according to the latest, Budapest, poll of Nézőpont Institute.
Not only is István Tarlós leading the race for the Budapest Mayoral Elections (supported by 52 percent of decided voters), but he is considered to be a probable winner compared to his challengers, according to a Budapest survey, completed on Saturday and conducted by the Nézőpont Institute.
The Fidesz-KDNP party alliance occupies a favourable position as regards the autumn local elections: 3.3 million support the politics of the governing coalition, and this figure has been stable over 3 million ever since January 2018.
István Tarlós would win in Budapest if the elections were held this Sunday. The current lord mayor can count on 51, Gergely Karácsony on 43 and Róbert Puzsér on 6 percent of support from active voters.
Fidesz-KDNP has been leading ahead of opposition parties by 40 percentage points since the EP elections, with its popularity remaining over 50 percent.
The overwhelming majority of Central Europeans (70 percent) consider their countries family-friendly, but the population of V4 countries do even more so at 74 percent.
The Nézőpont Institute inquired about the chances of the mayoral race in Budapest with a representative method including a sample of 500 people of the capital's voters. Just like in 2018 on a national level, there are no signs of a possible willing to change in 2019 within the capital.
70 per cent of Hungarians, that is equal to 5,6 million voters, including 1 million Budapest citizens eligible to vote would not like to see Ferenc Gyurcsány in a relevant political position – a survey by Nézőpont Institute showed.
Neither Gergely Karácsony nor Olga Kálmán would be able to beat István Tarlós if mayoral elections were held this Sunday, according to a 1,000 respondent public opinion poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet on behalf of Magyar Nemzet.
The vast majority of people living in the V4 countries (80 percent) do not want Manfred Webert or Frans Timmerman to be President of the European Commission, according to a poll conducted by Nézőpont Intézet in V4 Member States Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia and Poland.