Thursday, March 29, 2012

New TARKI poll puts conservative government coalition way ahead

Due to globalist attacks on Hungary by the mainstream media and by political organizations in the last two months, the latest Tarki poll shows a massive lead for the conservative Fidesz-KDMP government coalition. Support for the government coalition increased from 20 to 25 percent. Socialist popularity fell from 13 to 12 percent. The percentage of undecided voters also fell from 47 percent from February to 44 percent in March. Among the support for Fidesz-KDMP among decided voters, their support increased from 39 percent in February to 45 percent in March.

Socialist support amongst decided voters slipped from 26 to 21 percent from February to March. The support for the right-wing nationalist party Jobbik is virtually unchanged at 11 percent and dropped slightly with decided voters from 21 percent to 19 percent. TARKI Social Research Institute is an independent research institute in Budapest, Hungary. They produce highly accurate polls on Hungarian political party support amongst the Hungarian population.

By examining the recent figures provided by TARKI, we can conclude that the support for Hungary's conservative government coalition has increased due to the persistent attacks by outside globalist agents. The mainstream media in Hungary and abroad has reported several times over the last two months that support for the conservative government has dropped. The latest figures released by TARKI, show that a majority of decided and undecided voters support the conservative government.