The results of a phone survey conducted by Nézőpont Institute today show that Fidesz could have surpassed the wildest estimates of polling organisations and could have collected as much as 56% of the votes, with left-wing parties MSZP (Hungarian Socialist Party) and DK (Democratic Coalition) both receiving 10%, while Jobbik gathered 9% of the votes. Youth party Momentum Movement is the surprise of the day with their 7% result granting them a spot in the European Parliament.
If Nézőpont's numbers correct, the five parties passing the electoral threshold would share the 21 EP mandates like this:
Far-right Mi Hazánk Mozgalom (Our Country Movement) and green LMP (Politics can be Different) only received 3% of the vote, while 2% voted for Hungary's sarcastic Two-Tailed Dog Party.
Nézőpont Institute's phone survey was conducted with a thousand-person representative sample.