Hungarys ruling party popularity drops.

By bne IntelliNews February 14, 2011
If elections were now held in Hungary, 60% of the decided voters would support the ruling coalition leader Fidesz, Hungary around the clock reported, quoting Szonda Ipsos' February opinion poll. This is a 5pps decline from the January poll. According to the poll, the approval for the other parties in Hungary rises. About 20% of the voters would support the main opposition Socialist Party (up from 17% in January) and 12% would choose Jobbik (up from 11% in January). The approval for LMP increased to 6% in February from 5% in January. Around 2% of the voters would favour other parties. About two-thirds of the respondents said things are moving in a negative direction in Hungary, while according one-third of the polled there is an improvement. The poll was carried out among 1,500 adults in the period February 1-7.

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