In its contribution to the World Values Survey, the independent social research centre TÁRKI finds that Hungarians are distrustful, frown upon social inequality and think the welfare system is unfair. They are in two minds about breaking rules and are deeply committed to state redistribution. This places their values and attitudes closer to those of Eastern Orthodox countries than to the West. An interview with TÁRKI director György István Tóth.
30 March 2010