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"According to a recent survey by Policy Solutions, Hungarians are increasingly feeling the symptoms of the energy crisis, but they also see health and social care problems as pressing."


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"As in the autumn of 2021, Hungarians consider the high cost of living, low salaries and the low quality of healthcare to be the most important problems, according to a survey by Policy Solutions and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung entitled "The State's Scales."


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"Among the global threats, Hungarian society still considers the occurrence of epidemics as the main problem. This is even more important than the fear of war at the moment".


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For the second year in a row, livelihood problems are very much present in Hungarian society. The overwhelming majority of Hungarians expect the state to provide solutions, but they are not satisfied with state services. The quality of health care is the poorest, but many are also dissatisfied with public education.


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Too much homosexual propaganda? Too much Russian influence? – this is not what Hungarians are worried about

The succession of recent crises - the health crisis because of the coronavirus epidemic, the economic crisis that followed in its wake, runaway inflation and the energy crisis that came in force with the Russian-Ukrainian war - have highlighted the question to which extent Hungarians can…


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While the Orban supporters are more concerned about migration, the opposition is more worried about the state of democracy.


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More than ever before, 114,000 Hungarians are working in Austria. Some of them told us why and how they started working across the border and what they consider the differences.


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A recent survey shows that it no longer makes sense to divide the Hungarian political space economically between left and right, revealing that 49% of Fidesz voters prefer left-wing, i.e. market-critical economic policies.


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In many respects, Hungarian society is leaning left, but the popularity of the male-centered family model, for example, shows that in certain areas there is a strong right-wing dominance, according to research by Policy Solutions. A large majority support women's right to abortion but are extremely pessimistic about the prospects for Roma integration.


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Hungarians continue to believe in predominantly left-wing economic policies, and in terms of values, the country is equally progressive, centrist, and conservative, hvg.hu wrote based on the Policy Solutions 2022 values map.


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As in 2018, Policy Solutions has once again drawn up a map of Hungarian society, revealing that over the past four years people have shifted from the left to the centre.


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While Hungarians are less and less opposed to people of other cultures moving to Hungary, they find it difficult to integrate Roma regardless of party, a recent survey shows.


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Never have so many Hungarians worked on the other side of the border. And labour emigration has never been so strangling for the economy of Western Hungary. We've gathered the latest figures.


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This autumn, the weekly newspaper Jelen will continue its cooperation with the Hungarian office of the German Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) and Political Capital (PC). At our event on 5 October entitled "Will there be a landslide in Europe?", Rudolf Berkes presented a study by PC, which shows that there are no signs of a far-right breakthrough in the EU, even in the midst of the crisis.


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News reports do not tell us much about the state of Russia as a result of sanctions. Some articles say the economic collapse has already happened, others say it could last for decades, with Putin's support unshakable. What is the reality in Moscow and across Russia? Are the sanctions working? How long can the war last?


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2020 will certainly be a year that we will not forget... The pandemic will remain with us in 2021, with the 2022 general election looming in the background. What can we expect in public life this year? That's what Policy Solutions tries to predict in its latest publication.


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