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Hungarians Are The Most Unhappy With Their Country’s Infrastructure, Survey Reveals

Tamás Székely 2016.10.25.

In a survey of 26 countries, Hungarians found their country’s infrastructure the least satisfactory. Only 10% had a positive opinion of public services. In the fresh international survey involving 18,500 interviews carried out by Ipsos, only 16% of Hungarians assessed local roads as good and 22% found the rail network acceptable, as against the international average of 43% and 44%, respectively. Some 44% of Hungarians said they were satisfied with motorways and highways, also below the international average, and 49 % said airline service options were satisfactory.

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via hungarymatters.hu and ipsos.hu


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