BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungary’s ruling right-wing Fidesz party could win 56 percent of votes in the European parliamentary election, state television reported on Sunday, citing a survey by pro-government pollster Nezopont.
According to the survey, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s party was well ahead of the Socialists and the leftist Democratic Coalition who were expected to win 10% each. The nationalist Jobbik was seen getting about 9%, and Momentum party 7%, state TV said.
Voter turnout was 41.74% at 1630 GMT according to data from the national election office. Polls close at 1700 GMT.
(Reporting by Krisztina Than; Editing by)