The ruling Fidesz-KDNP party alliance was supported by 25% across the whole population in November, down by 12 points from October. Simultaneously with the “landslide loss” of support, the ratio of undecided voters, including those who would not tell, went up from 34% to 44%, according to the survey conducted by pollster Tárki between 13 and 23 November on a random sample of 1,000 adults. Radical nationalist Jobbik enjoyed support of 12% (up one point from October), and the Socialist Party an unchanged 11%. The leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) retained its support of 3% while green LMP stood at the same level (2% in October) and left-of-centre E-PM at 2% (1% in October). Among decided voters, the ruling parties lost 10% and now stand at 45%, still retaining a massive lead over the opposition, Tárki said. Both Jobbik and the Socialists added four points to their support in the decided group, the former now at 21%, the latter at 20%. LMP increased its support from 3% to 5%, and DK retained the same level of support. E-PM increased its support from 2% to 3%.