According to the latest poll of the Century, the majority supports the government’s decision to convert foreign currency loans into forint.
Sudden fluctuations in the exchange rate of the Swiss franc have further strengthened public sentiment, the Hundred End Foundation said in a statement to MTI on Friday.
According to a survey conducted in January 2015
As explained, at the end of 2014, 44 percent of those polled supported the decision, 35 percent opposed, and the remaining 21 percent could not make a judgment. However, according to a survey conducted in January 2015, 58 percent of the general population were in favor of a government decision on the conversion of housing loans into forints, while 26 percent disagreed and 16 percent disagreed.
The number of supporters of the measure has increased spectacularly in recent months. The reason for this is that the exchange rate of the Swiss franc has increased significantly recently, “adding that the benefits of the decision have become even more tangible,” he added.
In their communication
They stated that, at present, irrespective of ideological and party affiliation, there is a majority in all social groups who believe that the decision is good for debtors. 51% of voters on the left, 59% on the center and 71% on the right. 78 percent of Fidesz voters favor the decision, with 52 percent in MSZP, 50 percent in DK, 56 percent in LMP voters and 54 percent in Jobbik.
The End of the Century January 15-20.
Conducted a questionnaire survey of the so-called CATI method by interviewing thousands of randomly selected adults. The data presented in the analysis may differ by up to plus or minus 3.2 percentage points from the results of a survey of all adult residents in the country, wrote the Century End. The Hundred End Foundation said in a statement to MTI on Friday.