Hungarians most dissatisfied of V4 nations

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Of the four Visegrád countries, Hungarians are the most displeased with their country’s economic situation, a study by pollster Tárki revealed.

According to the results, one third of Poles, one quarter of Czech and Slovak nationals are content with the economic situation of their country. In the case of Hungarians, this number is negligible. The number of people who feel that the economy’s state had worsened grew only in Hungary. At the same time there is no major difference in expectations regarding the future of the countries: in all nations, the number of optimists fell. (Gazdasági Rádió)

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