The radical nationalist Jobbik has increased its support to overtake the Socialist Party among decided voters, business weekly HVG reported on Thursday, citing pollster Median’s latest results.
Jobbik came in second after ruling Fidesz both across the whole sample and in the decided group.
Support for Fidesz has further increased to 56 percent and for Jobbik to 17, while the Socialists were favoured by 14 percent of respondents with a clear party choice, Median said.
Green LMP and opposition E-PM were each backed by 4 percent of decided voters, and the Democratic Coalition by 2 percent, all below the European parliamentary threshold of 5 percent.
Forty-six percent of all respondents said they would cast their ballot at the election set for May 25.
Asked about the government’s performance in the past four years, 44 percent of respondents voiced satisfaction.
Median conducted its representative survey between April 25 and 29.