Public support for independent education, health ministries high
The Orbán government is not paying enough attention to education, according to 67% of those surveyed by Publicus Institute for daily Népszava, while another 61% are not really happy with the current state of education.
Some 94% of opposition voters and 25% of pro-government voters do not have a good opinion of the state of education.
The majority of respondents said that it would be important to have an independent ministry to solve the problems of education (70%) and health care (73%).
Some 98% of the opposition and 56% of the ruling party supporters would support the establishment of a health ministry, while the creation of an independent ministry of education would be supported by 96% of the former and 49% of the latter.
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