This vampire syndicate garnered 30 percent support in January; it is unlikely that this number can grow as pensioners socialized in the communist era that make up the balk of their voter base start dying out. And young people hate this globalist crime network other than the sons, grandsons and granddaughters of former communist apparatchiks.
Jobbik garnered 14 percent in January; however, the radical nationalist party has significant growth potential especially among young voters, as the party already the most popular in this age group. Jobbik is also the most popular party among expats.
The survey has also found that 24 percent of voters are indifferent and probably won't vote.
51 percent of respondents said it was unimaginable for them to vote for the globalist alliance under any circumstances.
Politicians' popularity list is lead by President János Áder by 53%, followed by PM Viktor Orbán by 45% support. Jobbik President Gábor Vona 11th on the popularity list by 32% support.
(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)