Szazadveg: Marki-Zay’s popularity continues to fall
According to the poll conducted among “politically active” Hungarians, the ratio of those supporting Marki-Zay fell to 29 percent from 33 percent last month, Szazadveg said.
Marki-Zay’s popularity has fallen constantly since he won the opposition nomination last October, with the ratio of those rejecting him growing from 47 percent to 68 percent, the pollster said.
Among those supporting the united opposition, 16 percent see him unfavourably, as do 26 percent of leftist voters, it said. Among voters identifying as centrist, 54 percent reject and 40 percent support him, it said. He is popular with 12 percent of undecided voters, it said.
In Budapest, 61 percent of respondents said they rejected Marki-Zay, and 37 percent supported him, a plunge from January when sympathisers were up at 42 percent, against 52 percent of voters rejecting the candidate, Szazadveg said.