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Friday, 12 March 2010

Jobbik surges ahead in March, Szonda Ipsos finds

Just over a month before the first round of Hungary's parliamentary elections, radical nationalist party Jobbik has shown a surge in support, pollster Szonda Ipsos said.
In the decided camp, Jobbik scored 17 percent support - over three times the backing needed to get seats in parliament - while among the electorate as a whole, the radical party had double the five percent needed for representation. In January it had 12 percent support in the former camp.
Any hope among the Democratic Forum and near-defunct liberal Free Democrats that combining forces might tip them over the five percent threshold appeared dim, at least by the lights of the poll published in Nepszabadsag daily on Thursday. Only one percent of the electorate sampled indicated a vote for the small conservative party whereas the liberals had no backing whatsoever.

The new green-cum-humanist party LMP had 2 percent backing of the whole sample and 3 percent among decided voters.
Main opposition party Fidesz has been on a steady course to win a landslide for a long time, though it has shed thousands of potential voters over the past three months, dropping from 63 percent of decided voters to 57 percent in March. The Socialists have stayed virtually steady with 20 percent of decideds.

In the whole sample, Fidesz was on 35 percent compared to 12 percent for the Socialists.

The proportion of undecided voters stood at 38 percent, according to the Szonda Ipsos poll.