Some 70 percent of Hungarians say peace talks would serve Ukraine’s interests
Regardless of political affiliation, the majority in all social groups believe that the start of peace talks would serve Ukraine’s interests.
A total of 73 percent of pro-government responders and 69 percent of those supporting the opposition said peace talks would serve Ukraine’s interests, while pro-war respondents accounted for 22 percent of government supporters and 16 percent of opposition voters, Nezopont said.
Some 84 percent of people aged above 70 and 69 percent of those aged 18-29 said peace talks would best serve the country’s interests.
Even 69 percent of Budapest residents, who are generally more open to the Brussels mainstream’s position, said peace should be sought.
Nezopont conducted the survey by phoning 1,000 people between November 28 and 30.