The long term trend hasn't changed; Jobbik is still the most popular party among university students supported by 20 percent of respondents, followed by LMP with 15 percent and Fidesz with 12 percent support.
The globalist parties - the Socialist Party, the Democratic Coalition, Együtt and other fringe parties could garner only 14 percent support.
The research also found the 32 percent of students are undecided.
In general, it can be said that the overwhelming majority of Hungarian university students are nationalist, independent and moderate.
According to the study, Jobbik supporters typically come from small settlements; they are mostly male and religious "their own way".
Most of LMP supporters are female, city dwellers, they have highly educated family backgrounds, and are atheists.
Fidesz sympathizers are the most religious among all party supporters; they are confident in the future and most of them study law or medicine.
The globalist, fringe party supporters are less religious, they have highly educated family backgrounds, and most of them female.
(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)