The recent consultation regarding the draft Constitution was a major national enterprise, Fidesz MEP József Szájer said Sunday.
He called it a huge success that 916,941 of the questionnaires sent to households, or 11% of the total, were returned.
Among those, 91% of respondents supported the idea that the new Constitution include both rights and civic duties.
Respondents also mostly agreed with reducing the state debt, but granting extra votes to families with children was massively rejected, Szájer noted.
The protection of natural resources, national assets and genuine life imprisonment drew almost complete support, he added.