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Two-thirds of Hungarians believe that society has collapsed, which the elite can do

Two-thirds of Hungarians believe that society has collapsed, which the elite can do

Based on the poll, 69% of Hungarians believe the country is in ruins, which is 12 percentage points higher than the average for the other 28 countries, but a slightly better result than the 2021 data. Among those who feel the country is in decline, 63 percent agreed with this statement, according to what was reported by Al Jazeera. From 24.hu summary.

Ipsos has developed a “flawed system index” that aggregates answers to five statements, including the relationship between the economy, the political system and the elite.

In Hungary, 66% of people believe the system is not working, while worldwide this rate is 61%.

78. Hungarians agree that the Hungarian economy serves the interests of the rich and powerful. Interestingly, according to 45%, a strong leader who is willing to break the rules is needed to restore order to the country, and 71% believe that such a strong person should take the country back from the elite.

Anti-elite sentiment is also strong, with 70% of survey respondents seeing the elite as a closed group with similar values. Meanwhile, only 25% believe that the elite works for the benefit of the majority community.

The majority of Hungarians (91%) oppose raising taxes in order to increase the funds available to the budget. At the same time, most people will support health care, education, and public safety with more government spending. Infrastructure development and job creation are also important areas, while less will be spent on national defense and national security.

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