After nearly half a year, the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance once again increased its voter support to maintain a stable lead over the opposition in June, a Századvég poll has shown. Radical nationalist Jobbik has become the strongest opposition force. The left wing as a whole stagnated while support for the Socialists continued to wane. Among all voters, support for Fidesz stood at 30%. Jobbik was backed by 16%, the Socialists by 8%, LMP 6%, Democratic Coalition (DK) 5% and Együtt 2%. Among decided voters, Fidesz‘s support stood at 40%, then Jobbik (27%), the Socialists (15%), DK (8%), LMP (6%) and Együtt (2%), the poll showed.