Three-fifths (63 percent) of those familiar with the President, including 52 percent of Jobbik sympathisers and 45 percent of left-wing voters able to identify him, are in favour of János Áder’s reelection for the position, Nézőpont Intézet’s public opinion survey commissioned by the daily newspaper Magyar Idők reveals.READ MORE
While Jobbik’s leadership is skeptical towards the new U. S. president, 60 per cent of the party’s supporters who have formed an opinion on the issue believe that Donald Trump’s election is a favourable development for Hungary, Nézőpont Intézet’s public opinion survey commissioned by the daily newspaper Magyar Idők reveals.READ MORE
According to two-thirds of the Hungarian population (67 percent) it is unacceptable that sympathizers of opposition parties disrupted the prime minister’s speech on October 23 – reveals the most recent public opinion poll completed by Nézőpont Intézet at the request of Magyar Idők.
According to the poll, only 22 percent of respondents think it is acceptable to boo, while 11 percent did not respond to this question at all. It is interesting that even leftist sympathizers are divided on this issue: while nearly half of MSZP supporters (52 percent) do not consider it acceptable to boo the prime minister, the majority (83 percent) of other leftist party supporters (DK, Együtt, Párbeszéd) deem the same behavior to be acceptable.READ MORE
Jobbik, in contrast to most other parties, has not pursued any active communications during the final months of the referendum campaign, hence the party’s politicans were featured in the evening news in September only about as much as they were during the politically less active Summer months – reveals Nézőpont Intézet’s most recent news analysis. Once again, this third quarterly analysis examined the evening news of TV2, RTL Klub, M1, HírTV, ATV and Echo TV.