The next Hungarian parliamentary elections will be held on 8 April 2018.
Jobbik has the largest group of fans. Fidesz is the second political force on the Hungarian Facebook.
KDNP gained the largest number of new fans. Jobbik’s results also were worth to notice.
Fidesz was the largest Hungarian party on Twitter. Jobbik and LMP reached a mediocre level of followers count.
LMP gained the highest number of new followers in terms of daily profile growth. It’s also worth to note Jobbik’s results on 2018-02-08.
lehet_mas profile reached the highest increase from first value of followers on Twitter.
Social media reach and mentions (leaders)
Viktor Orbán was definitely the most popular Hungarian party leader.
Gábor Vona took the second place.
Zsolt Semjén, the leader of KDNP, didn’t gain a visible popularity in social media.
Bernadett Szél, co-leader of LMP, gained average reach in social media.
Popularity of the second LMP leader, Ákos Hadházy, was rather low and it isn’t mentioned latter.
Viktor Orbán dominates over the other party leaders. Gábor Vona and Bernadett Szél gained comparable, average popularity in social media.
Social media reach and mentions (parties)
Fidesz generated the highest reach and the largest mentions count in social media.
Jobbik’s results were temperate, despite their domination on Facebook.
KDNP wasn’t very popular.
LMP reached average level of interest.
Fidesz dominated in terms of reach and mentions gained in social media.
Viktor Orbán was the most popular political leader. In terms of highest interest, he dominated almost in the whole country. Gábor Vona won only in one region. Bernadett Szél’s results were average. Zsolt Semjén didn’t attract much attention.
For most of the time, Fidesz was the most popular party and it dominated in the largest number of regions. Jobbik and LMP were gaining comparable results but Jobbik was doing slightly better. KDNP reached rather low level of interest.
Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz are currently the top 1 political force in Hungary on the Internet and in social media. Jobbik takes safe, second place. LMP was gaining many new followers on Twitter and it’s co-leader Bernadett Szél has a media potential, but for now their results were only average. KDNP and Zsolt Semjén didn’t reach visible popularity in social media.
Data: brand24.com, fanpagekarma.com, Google Trends