The ruling Fidesz party and its Christian Democrat ally expanded their lead by four percentage points since August, according to a Nézőpont Institute survey carried out for the daily Magyar Idők. The paper said the poll done before the October 2 referendum on European Union migrant quotas showed Fidesz-KDNP with 36 percent support. The radical nationalist Jobbik party was down a point, with 11 percent. The Socialist party stood unchanged at 10 percent, while the Democratic Coalition (DK) was down a point at 6 percent. The smaller opposition parties polled between 1 and 3 percent. Taking core party support into account, the ruling parties had the support of 49 percent, Jobbik had 20 percent, the Socialists were at 10 while DK stood at 7. Based on the results, the ruling parties would secure a two-thirds majority.