Ruling Fidesz kept its solid lead against the main opposition Socialist Party in February while radical nationalist party Jobbik boosted its following, according to pollster Ipsos.
In the voting population, Fidesz led the Socialists 18 percent to 13 — down 1 point and three points respectively — while Jobbik crept up two points to 8 percent. Green party LMP stayed level at 3 percent while the Democratic Coalition rustled up a single percent of the Ipsos sample.
The camp of undecided or disaffected voters grew to 55 percent in February from 52 percent in the last reading in December, according to the poll released on Monday.
In the category of decided voters, Fidesz stood at 43 percent, the Socialists at 28 percent, while Jobbik, LMP and DK had 16, 6 and 2 percent, respectively.
If electoral movement Together 2014 were a party it would receive 3 percent of the entire vote, down from 6 percent in December. Among decided voters, it would have the support of 6 percent as against 10 percent at the end of last year, Ipsos found.