Poll: Satisfaction with government stays low

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According to the latest survey by Hungarian Median, 64% of the participants said they believe that Hungary is on the wrong track while 29% believes that the country is on the right track, Hungarian online daily index.hu reported. 

The number of people satisfied with the Cabinet’s work dropped to 30% in February, down from October’s 45%. Dropping support for ruling Fidesz party seems to have stabilized at 27%, while far right Jobbik and opposition MSZP lag behind with 14% and 11%, respectively. The rest of the opposition is still “in bits and pieces” according to Median.

 

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