Finally, turning to the international stage again, the elite–population opinion gap is investigated. It is usually the case that elites are more pro-European than the public. Recently, however, in some respects the Hungarian political elite has shown less trust in EU institutions than the population.
György Lengyel acknowledges receipt of a grant from EFOP 3.6.3 when finalising this chapter. Laura Szabó was supported by OTKA NN 110917 while working on a project related to this chapter.
Lengyel, G. and SzabÃ³, L. (2019), "The Political Elite and Trust in EU Institutions after the Crisis. A Comparative Analysis of the Hungarian Case", Engelstad, F., Gulbrandsen, T., Mangset, M. and Teigen, M. (Ed.) Elites and People: Challenges to Democracy (Comparative Social Research, Vol. 34), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 91-111. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0195-631020190000034005Download as .RIS
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