Hungary's current PM, ruling party with highest popularity - poll.

By bne IntelliNews May 27, 2011
Viktor Orban was named the best prime minister in the last twenty years in a recent survey of Nezopont Institute, Hungary Around the Clock reported. Orban has successfully represented the country's interests in the EU, the poll, conducted among 1,000 adults in the period May 16-21, showed. In terms of popularity of the political parties, there were no changes in the status quo. A total of 56% of the decided voters would support the ruling coalition leader Fidesz. The Socialist Party would attract 18% of the voters, Jobbik - 14% and LMP - 11%. The share of undecided voters climbed to 36%. According to a similar survey, released by Tarki, support for Fidesz has dropped by 5pps in a month to 48% in May. The lower popularity of the governing party has turned into an improvement in the approval rate for the opposition in Hungary, as Socialist would attract 25% of the voters (up from 22% in April) and Jobbik - 16% (up from 13%). The popularity of LMP declined by 2pps to 8%, the Tarki survey also showed.

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