Popularity gap between Hungary's biggest parties remains unchanged poll.

By bne IntelliNews March 2, 2012
The gap between the popularity of Hungary's two biggest political parties remained unchanged in February after the support for the ruling coalition Fidesz-KDNP and the opposition Socialists increased by 2pps each to 20% and 13% respectively, Portfolio.hu reported, quoting a Tarki poll. A similar trend was observed among decisive voters as Fidesz-KDNP was favoured by 39% of the respondents, up from 37% in the January poll, while the Socialists support increased from 23% to 26% in February. The next most popular party was Jobbik with a 11% backing among eligible voters and 21% among those with party preference.
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