Latest poll by "Századvég": Fidesz continues to lead the polls

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The poll that was conducted in late February 2012 by "Századvég" shows that the trend in political activity stopped declining in recent months. The trend indicates that party support on both the government and the opposition sides stabilized. The governing parties continue to keep their leading position among both decided and undecided voters.

At the end of February 49 percent of the voting age population said that they definitely would participate in a parliamentary election to be held this Sunday. The rate of uncertain voters also declined in February, currently 36 percent of respondents belong to this group.

In late February the relative strengths of the parties do not show major change. The Fidesz-KDNP coalition support in the total population is 27 percent, the socialists has 15 percent support, the patriotic Jobbik party has 11 percent and the extremist liberal party LMP has 6 percent support. The Gyurcsany led Democratic Coalition is supported by 2 percent of the population.

Among decided voters, Fidesz support is 45 percent followed by the socialists with 24 percent, Jobbik 19 percent, LMP 7 percent and the Gyurcsany led Democratic Coalition 3 percent support.

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