The campaign for tomorrow’s parliamentary election has become as tight as possible, with ruling Fidesz-KDNP and opposition United for Hungary both able to count on 47% support for their party lists from voters who are certain which party they will vote for, in a new Publicus Institute poll commissioned by Népszava.
While other polls have also showed a close battle, even Publicus has not shown a tie between the two sides until now.
The polling company’s last survey before the election also revealed that the opposition had a 5% lead over the governing parties in terms of their intention to take part in the election. Regarding overall turnout, 76% of respondents said they would definitely be going to the polls, and a further 9% claimed that they probably would.
Among all voters, Fidesz stands at 35%, United for Hungary is at 33%, and 28% of voters are still undecided.
Publicus head András Pulai said that about 5-7% of voters would only decide at the last minute whether they will vote at all.