Indicator – Economy – Idea: Support for Fidesz has never been this low since the parliamentary elections
According to the analysis, 27% of adults will vote for Fidesz-KDP in the parliamentary elections scheduled for Sunday, at the end of the summer – the same as the previous measurement at the beginning of August. There was no change among the entire voting-age population, while 45% of confirmed party voters would support Fidesz-KNP on Sunday.
This is the party’s lowest popularity since last year’s elections.
This means that, compared to the 2022 election result, Fidesz lost about nine percentage points in the overall population, and about seven percentage points among those who voted for the party with the confirmed vote.
The decline in the party’s popularity occurred primarily in the summer of 2022, then stabilized at about 30 percent of the total population, and 48 percent of those who voted for the party with confirmed votes, from the beginning of this year until the end of the current year. summer. In the summer of 2023, Fidesz’s electoral percentage dropped from this level to 27 and 45 percent. along with:
If parliamentary elections are held in Hungary in September, the victory of Fidesz-KND would not be threatened by the divided opposition.
According to IDEA, the second strongest party, the Democratic Coalition, will be voted for by 11% of the total population and 19% of those who voted for the confirmed voter’s party. In addition, Mai Hazanek, Momentum, and the Hungarian Dog-Tailed Party still exceed the 5% parliamentary threshold.
It was also highlighted that in the case of opposition parties, the changes in both voter groups are small, amounting to 1-1 percentage points. Therefore, not a single opposition party has managed to increase its voter base in a way that exceeds the margin of error in the summer, and so the support gap between Fidesz and the opposition has barely narrowed, and in particular has not diminished. Focused, the survey reads.