A poll conducted by Szazadveg at the end of February shows support for radical nationalist Jobbik increased, while governing Fidesz-KDNP maintained their significant advantage over the opposition parties.
Support for centre-right Fidesz-KDNP among all voters was 32 percent.
Support for the joint list of parties on the left, including the Socialists, E-PM, the Democratic Coalition (DK) and MLP (Liberals) was also unchanged from January at 20 percent. LMP had the support of 4 percent of voters, while the other parties had the support of 2 percent.
The group supporting Jobbik rose to 13 percent from 11.
Among voters with clear party preferences, support for the governing alliance stood at 51 percent, while that for the left was 27 percent, slightly less than in January. The percentage of these voters who said they would vote for Jobbik rose to 16 percent from 14 gauged in January. LMP had 5 percent support among the voters and other parties 1 percent.
The ratio of undecided voters fell to 29 percent.
The poll was taken on Feb. 26-28 of a sample of 1,000 adults. The margin of error is 3.2 percentage points.