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Nezopont: Voters against foreign campaign financing

Sixty-one percent of respondents in a recent Nezopont Institute survey said political parties should not be allowed to receive any financing for their campaigns from abroad, the pollster said on its website on Monday.

According to Nezopont’s analysis, 60 percent of the respondents said campaign financing rules should be made more stringent.

It said that 78 percent of ruling Fidesz’ supporters found “all forms of foreign financing unacceptable”. Forty-one percent of Left-leaning participants said parties should not receive funding from abroad, however, 52 percent of them “were rather indulgent, probably in defence of their preferred parties”, the survey showed.

Nezopont conducted its survey between May 30 and June 1, asking 1,000 voting-age adults by phone.

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