Eight out of ten Hungarians are in favour of the government’s family support policy solutions, according to a fresh survey by pollster Nézőpont. The survey was conducted in November 2018, based on telephone interviews with 1,000 people.
The results show that 81% of respondents agree with placing family policy into focus, 68% support the government’s family home purchase subsidy scheme and 69% are in favour of giving more support to families. The institute said the family home purchase subsidy scheme is appreciated not only by large families; 67% of respondents younger than 18 years and 74% of families with a single child consider it a commendable initiative.
Advocating a turnaround of demographic trends can be considered a non-partisan cause as a significant majority of both left-wing and right-wing voters agree with increasing support for families, Nézőpont said.