The opposition LMP party led by András Schiffer has been the biggest winner of Hungary’s opposition alliance, with its support exceeding the 5% threshold to enter Parliament, a Századvég poll has shown. Twenty per cent of all voters supported the left-wing alliance’s joint list, scarcely making the parties stronger than if they were to run independently. LMP’s popularity rose above the 5% threshold after more than a year below this level. Ruling Fidesz- Christian Democrats have maintained their stable lead with support from 32% of all voters. Radical nationalist Jobbik got 11% support and other parties a combined 2%. Among decided voters, the ruling parties had 51% support, the left-wing alliance 28%, Jobbik 14% and LMP 6%.