The latest Hungarian parliamentary election was held on April 8, 2018. The political environment in Hungary is polarized with a strong right-wing government, formed by Prime Minister Victor Orban's Fidesz party and its satellite party KDNP (Christian Democrats) and a fragmented left-wing opposition. The second largest party is the radical nationalist Jobbik party. The previous parliamentary election in 2014 resulted in a two-thirds majority in the parliament for the incumbent Fidesz-government with 45 percent of the votes after the election law was changed in 2011.
The electoral system for the Hungarian parliament is a mix of a first-past-the-post and a proportional voting system. 106 of the 199 members of parliament enter by winning in one constituency respectively and 93 get elected proportinoally in a nationwide constituency. Find all polls for the next election in Hungary here on pollofpolls.eu.