Popularity gap between Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party and opposition widens again in Sep

By bne IntelliNews September 18, 2013

The popularity of Hungary's ruling Fidesz party increased by 1pp to 27% in September 2013, Hungary Around the Clock reported, quoting an Ipsos opinion poll. At the same time, the popularity of the main opposition group - the Socialists, declined by the same margin to 14%. 

The support for the radical nationalist party Jobbik also edged down by 2pps m/m to 6%.

Among decided voters, the support for Fidesz edged up by 1pp to 50%, while the support for the Socialists again saw a 1pp monthly decrease to 25%. Jobbik received a backing of 11% among decided voters.

The newly-established political party, Together 2014, led by former PM Gordon Bajnai, gained a 3% backing among eligible voters and 5% among decided party voters.

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