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Hungarians like Poles: study

29.08.2019 00:55
Eighty-six percent of Hungarians are positive about Poland, according to a study.
Laszlo Tomas
Laszlo Tomas Photo: PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

A survey by the Századvég Foundation, a think tank based in Budapest, found that 23 percent of Hungarians see Poland in a very positive light, and 63 percent are positive on the whole.

Laszlo Tomas, a sociologist with the foundation, said the study was carried out in June and July in the Hungarian capital Budapest and the cities of Salgótarján and Győr, with 1,000 randomly selected people asked about their views.

"People with a higher education and in a better financial position have a more positive opinion about Poland than others on average," Tomas said on Wednesday.

Poland and Hungary are close allies in the European Union. Both countries have been critical of Brussels’ policies on issues such as migration.

The two countries also work together as part of a regional cooperation platform known as the Visegrad Group.


Source: PAP