Nezopont: Every second Hungarian thinks EU sanctions hurt Europe
Every second Hungarian is of the opinion that European Union sanctions hurt Europe more than Russia, while only 12 percent believe the opposite, a survey by Nezopont Institute released on Friday shows.
The results of phone interviews of 1,000 people from Oct. 3 to 5 show that 32 percent believe the sanctions equally hurt Europe and Russia.
Among left-wing supporters, 24 percent said the sanctions hurt Europe more, while 28 percent said they hurt Russia more, while 43 percent said both sides suffered equally.
At the same time, among supporters of the ruling parties, seven out of ten people said the sanctions hurt Europe more than Russia; only 2 percent said they hurt Russia more than Europe and 23 percent said they harmed both sides equally.