Support for the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrat alliance remained practically unchanged over the past three months, while radical nationalist Jobbik continued to drop, Nézőpont Institute says. The alliance garnered 28 percent support among all voters in July, against 30 percent in June and 27 percent in May, it said. Jobbik in this group drew 13 percent support last month, 14 percent in June and 16 percent in May. The opposition Socialists had 9 percent support in July, 8 percent in June and 7 percent in May. Among decided voters, the ruling parties had 41 percent, Jobbik 26 percent, the Socialists 11 percent, Democratic Coalition 9 percent, Politics Can Be Different 6 percent, Együtt 4 percent and PM 2 percent in July. The proportion of undecided voters went up to 35 percent from 33 percent in June, the poll said.