The number of undecided voters went up as support for Fidesz went down in the past month, according to the latest survey by pollsters Tárki.
Those declaring themselves undecided rose from 52% of all respondents to 55%, a record high.
Fidesz support dropped from 18% to 15%, that for the Socialists dropped from 12% to 11%, while Jobbik’s support declined from 10% to 9%.
Only 25% of respondents said they would be certain to turn out at parliamentary elections.
The results are based on a September 12-18 survey of 1,000 adults.