An overwhelming majority of Hungarians say the costs of the fight against climate change should be borne by the world’s biggest polluters, according to a survey by the Századvég Foundation released on Monday. Fully 91% of respondents said the world’s biggest polluting companies and countries should be made to cover the costs of climate action, with 77% saying the European Union should adopt a redistribution system to achieve this. Altogether 60% of respondents blamed corporations and their violation of environmental regulations for the pollution responsible for climate change. Concerning the government’s environmental policy measures, fully 93% were in favour of supporting solar energy and the government’s afforestation scheme. Altogether 89% of respondents backed the decision to ban single-use plastics and 85% agreed with government support for electric vehicles. Meanwhile, fully 81% of respondents disapproved of European Union proposals for a CO2 tax on residential buildings or tax hikes on fossil fuels, while 84% rejected a plan to raise utility prices. Altogether 83% of respondents expect the government to introduce stricter regulations for the biggest polluters. Fully 98% said the government should take firm steps to eliminate illegal waste sites and 84% urged more substantial measures aimed at protecting Hungary’s rivers. Századvég conducted the survey with a sample of 1,000 adults.