Reuters quotes Kovacs’ research on Hungarian Anti-Semitism - Klub Radio, a Hungarian radio station, in its daily international media monitoring refers to an article by Reuters that quotes Professor Andras Kovacs of the Department of Nationalism Studies: Kovacs, who has devoted much of his career to measuring anti-Semitism, said his surveys showed the proportion of respondents expressing anti-Jewish views had remained steady at around 10 percent in the 1990s and 2000s. Then right-wing party Jobbik won seats in the European Parliament in 2009, followed by the Hungarian national parliament in 2010, and things changed.

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