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Contextual outline - Jobbik-voters: who they are, what do they think? . Peter Kreko Research Director, Political Capital Institute Assistant Professor ELTE University, Budapest, Pedagogical and Psychological Faculty . Radical right in Hungary - Back by popular demand? .

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Contextual outline - Jobbik-voters: who they are, what do they think?

Peter Kreko

Research Director, Political Capital Institute

Assistant Professor

ELTE University, Budapest, Pedagogical and Psychological Faculty


Radical right in Hungary - Back by popular demand?


Tendency in support of Jobbik

Average percentage values of 4 polling institutes (Tárki, Medián, Szonda Ipsos, Századvég)


Current party preferences (average)


Socio-demographic features of Jobbik voters


The „typical” Jobbik voters?

  • „Losers of the transition”:

  • Poor

  • Undereducated

  • Marginalized

  • Strongly religous


Poor?


Undereducated?

Level of education (overall population)

Level of education (under the age of 35)


Strongly Religious?


Some attitudinal characteristics


Summary

Differences, but no gap

Jobbik can build its politics on „mainstream” views of the society (anti-establishment attitudes, anti-roma prejudices, etc.)

Jobbik’s support seems to be more symbolic, than „material” in nature


Thank you for your attention!

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