The foreign sponsored fringe parties (LMP 6%, DK 3%, Együtt 1%, PM 1%) that are behind recent anti-government protests close to or below the 5% threshold limit necessary to win a seat in parliament.
Undecided voters also increased slightly, currently at 41% among the general population.
According to the poll, there are two groups of voters where the Jobbik party ahead of Fidesz – among the unemployed and skilled workers.
In these segments of the population, Jobbik has 22-18%, and 23-18% lead over the Fidesz party. Among youth under the age of 30 Fidesz still has a slight lead over Jobbik 22-20%.
The survey shows that the foreign sponsored anti-government demonstrations couldn't turn the tide of public opinion against the government and the opposition parties couldn't benefit from the anti-government protests despite the ongoing anti-government hate campaigns by the liberal media. The reason for this is that the majority of the population understand who are behind these demonstrations.
(mno.hu – edited by hungarianambiance.com)