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Think-tank: Three quarters of Hungarians support Christian culture

Fully 75 percent of Hungarian adults consider Hungary "a Christian country based on its culture and traditions", the Center for Fundamental Rights said on Wednesday, reporting on the think-tank's latest survey.

Eighty-six percent of the 1,000 voting-age respondents identified as Christian, the survey found.

The report pointed to increasing violence against Christians in Europe. “Christian heritage has been beset by Muslim masses arriving illegally and leftist extremists promoting cancel culture,” it said.

Concluding from the survey’s findings, the think-tank said Hungary’s “high proportion” of religious people could be further increased, and it praised government efforts in this area, such as protecting Europe’s southern borders “against Islamic occupation”, and “protecting Christian traditions against Western liberal elites”.

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