53% of Hungarians contact public authorities electronically
Some 53% of Hungarians contact public offices electronically when handling their affairs, just above the EU average of 52%, but putting it in the leading position among the Visegrád Four countries, leading Hungarian business daily newspaper Világgazdaság wrote.
Presenting the just-released Digital Society and Economy summary for 2018 from Hungary’s Central Statistical Office, Világgazdaság highlighted that the most advanced level of e-government service, the submission of completed forms, was used by an average of a quarter of the population of the V4 countries, eight percentage points lower than the EU average.
Hungary was followed by the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia.
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