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Hungarians more worried about poverty and corruption than Coronavirus

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Népszava reports on the most recent “What Worries the World” survey by pollster Ipsos, which shows that Hungarians are most concerned about poverty and social inequality (55% of respondents), and financial/political corruption (49%).

In contrast to this, only 18% of Hungarians questioned in October 2021 claimed they were worried about the Coronavirus pandemic, compared to the survey’s global average of 29%.


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