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Graphs – Majority of Hungarians Would Introduce Drug Tests In Schools

Tamás Székely 2014.12.18.

Nearly two-thirds of respondents in a recent SZÁZADVÉG poll said that Hungary’s laws concerning drug use were too lenient, and the vast majority (86%) said that light drugs should not be made legal, the pollster said. Fifty-seven percent of all respondents would support the introduction of voluntary drug testing of minors in schools, while 40% voiced disapproval of the government’s recent proposal. As for the the introduction of the mandatory drug test in cases of politicians and journalists, 61% of the Hungarians said they rather agree with the idea. The survey was conducted on a random sample of 1,000 adults.

1) Do you agree with the following statement or not? “Drug use is a significant social problem in Hungary”

source: szazadveg.hu

source: szazadveg.hu

2) What do you think about the current laws concerning drug use?

source: szazadveg.hu

source: szazadveg.hu

3) Which answer do you rather agree with?

Drug use poll - Hungary Today (source: szazadveg.hu)

source: szazadveg.hu

4) Do you rather agree or disagree with the introduction of voluntary drug tests in schools with parental consent?

source: szazadveg.hu

source: szazadveg.hu

5) Do you rather agree or disagree with the introduction of mandatory drug tests in cases of certain jobs (politicians, journalists, police, etc.)?

source: szazadveg.hu

source: szazadveg.hu

via szazadveg.hu and hungarymatters.hu