53% of Hungarian Millennials Support Nationalism

Around 53 percent of all millennials—those aged between fifteen and thirty-four years old—support the Jobbik party in Hungary, up from just 9 percent in 2012, a new study has shown.
The report, produced by the far left “Foundation for European Progressive Studies” (FEPS) Millennial Dialogue institute, was based on an online survey of one thousand Hungarian millennials.
The report, which can be downloaded in full here, says that the sample was “recruited to be nationally representative of all Hungarian Millennials in terms of age, geographical region, household income, and educational attainment levels.”
The study found that on average, 66 percent of Millennials were

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