The ruling Fidesz-Christian Democratic alliance widened its lead ahead of the opposition Socialists in June, a poll released by Tarki on Wednesday showed.
Among all voters, Fidesz’s support rose to 18 percent from 16 in May, while backing for the Socialists dropped a point to 14 percent, Tarki said.
Radical nationalist party Jobbik scored 11 percent, LMP 5 percent — the threshold for parliamentary representation — and the leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) notched up 2 percent.
Among decided voters, Fidesz support climbed to 36 percent from 32 percent in May, while the Socialists eased to 27 from 31 percent.
Jobbik inched up a percentage point to 22 percent, while LMP and DK lost one point each, standing at 10 and 3 percent, respectively.
The proportion of undecided respondents fell a point to 48 percent, Tarki’s survey of eligible voters taken between June 14 and 20 found.