The government’s research institute has stated that three out of four adults want Gyurcsány to retire

According to the latest research of the Perspective Institute, three out of four adults want the political retirement of Ferenc Gyurcsány, a Hungarian, MTI was told.


Photo: MTI / Koszticsák Szilárd

Approaching the 15th anniversary of the leak in the autumn speech, the Perspective Institute conducted research by interviewing 1,000 people by telephone between September 6 and 8. The Institute conducted its research as follows:

A secret speech admitting election lies after the election has already caught up with a decliningly popular prime minister who has lost many of his voters due to his summer austerity. Although he could spend another two-and-a-half years in his office as prime minister, his image suffered permanent damage.

According to the Viewpoint, the political damage caused by the “lying speech” is proved by the fact that even after a decade and a half, three-quarters (75 percent) of Hungarian voters approve of Ferenc Gyurcsány’s departure from public life.

It was called less surprising that 83 percent of pro-government parties think so. True, 9 percent of them did not, perhaps hoping for the benefit of Fidesz from the activity of the former prime minister, the Viewpoint assessed.

At the same time, the two-thirds agreement of government critics and the not-quite-equal left-wing voting camp with Gyurcsány’s departure is thought-provoking for the opposition side.

The Viewpoint stated.

They added that these figures do not indicate a reversal of the trend, essentially the size of the camp that rejected the former prime minister for a decade and a half. However, it certainly proves Gyurcsány’s “political talent”, according to the institute, that he nevertheless managed to “crown” all the relevant opposition parties on a common list.

The Democratic Coalition, which was barely 5 percent in 2018, is today the leader of the entire left and editor of its strategic scenario. Part of this is that every conceivable opposition politician is one way or another, but he is tied to the persistently unpopular Öszöd speaker.

– stands in the analysis.

It was also reported that the research was supported by the Foundation for Civic Hungary.

Source: MTI
Photo: MTI / Koszticsák Szilárd


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