Antigypsyism and Antisemitism in Hungary
Key findings of the research project on Antisemitism and Antigypsyism
The Year of Rearrangement - The Populist Right and the Far-Right in Contemporary Hungary
A study on the activities of the populist right and the far-right in Hungary in 2017
Exit, Voice or Loyalty?
Young people on Europe and democracy. Case studies from AT, CZ, DE, HU, PL and SK
The Future of Europe - Comparing public and elite attitudes
Chatham House’s research paper The Future of Europe: Comparing Public and Elite Attitudes examines the crucial divergence in attitudes towards European integration between the general public and an 'elite' group of leaders from business, civil society, journalists and elected officials.
Demand for Right-Wing Extremism Index (DEREX)
Political Capital has regularly published its Demand for Right-Wing Extremist (DEREX) index, which is based on the European Social Survey's bi-yearly updated database.
Public and governmental approaches towards TTIP in the V4 countries
The purpose of this study is to analyse the stance of civic and political actors in the Visegrád countries on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Focus on Hungary: Refugees, Asylum and Migration
Study on the Orbán Government’s rhetoric and policy measures with regard to refugee, asylum and migration issues
Trust within Europe
This study summarizes the findings of Political Capital’s research on the nature and tendencies of political trust.
Measuring Political Violence
This page presents the results of a two-years-long research project, which focused on the attitudes towards political violence in online and offline context.
Seven statements about the nature of anti-Semitism in Hungary
In recent years there has been a rise in domestic and international public discourse regarding anti-Semitism in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly Hungary.
New Pact for Europe - Strategic Options for Europe’s Future
A Political Capital és Budapesti Nyílt Társadalom Intézet Alapítvány a European Policy Center és a King Baudouin Foundation támogatásával meghívja Önt az Új Egyezményt Európának – Európa jövőjének stratégiai lehetőségei című konferenciára.
The Conspiratorial Mindset in an Age of Transition
Conspiracy Theories in France, Hungary and Slovakia – Survey Results
New opposition movements in Hungary
There has been a proliferation of ‘new’ opposition movements before and after the 2010 elections. They vary in size, ideology, form, structure and their relationship with party politics.
Apolitikus politika? – Új ellenzéki mozgalmak és pártok a Facebookon és azon túl
A rendezvény az új ellenzéki mozgalmak online szimpatizánsainak (Facebook-követőinek) motivációit és attitűdjeit vizsgáló kutatás eredményeit mutatja be egy saját kutatás alapján.
Integration of the Roma in Central and Southeastern Europe
Policy recommendations of the European Liberal Forum, in cooperation with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and the Centre for Liberal Studies.
The conspiracy worldview
Counterpoint, a London based research and advisory group's interview with Peter Kreko, director of Political Capital about contemporary conspiracy theories in Hungary.
Attitude radicals in Hungary – in international context
The threat of high level of attitude radicals is that a prejudicial, nationalist and anti-establishment public can push mainstream parties and political leaders toward a more radical position.
Not your typical angry young men
Jobbik Facebook fans young, educated, eurosceptic, pessimistic & prejudiced.
Populism in Europe: Hungary
Demos and the Political Capital Institute released the first ever study of the Jobbik party’s Facebook fans, based on over 2,000 survey responses.
Radical right in SEE seeks political gains by attacking gay pride parades
In this study we analyze the position of the far right in respect to the gay rights movement with a special focus on Balkan countries aspiring to enter the European Union.
Multiculturalism in the Cross-Hairs
The debate on the social integration of the Muslim minority totalling 5 to 8 per cent of the population has risen to the highest political level in the large receiving countries in Europe.
Anti-Semitism and Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories
A Joint Conference by Political Capital Institute and Central European University.