Eight out of ten Hungarians are proud of being Hungarian, and 85 percent of them have a strong national identity, according to a survey done by the Mária Kopp Institute for Population and Families (KINCS). The representative research conducted with the involvement of 1,000 people also revealed that Hungarians are primarily proud of the success of our country, their national identity is stronger than their European one.
Hungarians see the future in the family, in the children, and they think that if more children were born in Hungary, this would be a solution not only to the population issues, but also to environmental issues - reveals the press release of the Mária Kopp Institute for Demography and Families (KINCS) published on the occasion of World Population Day. The research outcomes of KINCS reveal that those who raise more children are more responsible towards shaping the future, and thus in preserving our natural values. For most, family-friendly governance provides stable and predictable support to improve the demographical situation.
In Hungary, 80 percent of the adult population agrees with the government's restart measures. Most (92 percent) support the decision to resume scheduled health interventions, according to a 1,000-person, representative survey by the Mária Kopp Institute for Demography and Families (KINCS), made between May 20-23. The change related to the interoperability of SZÉP card sub-accounts (fringe benefit) was also very popular, and the reopening of schools and the authorization of leisure activities linked to the immunity card were also a good decision, according to the majority of respondents.
A Kopp Mária Intézet a Népesedésért és a Családokért KINCS Smart Family Centrum országjáró körútjának negyedik állomásán, Nyíregyházán sajtótájékoztatón ismertette a tavasszal meghirdetett KINCS Smart Family startup pályázat részleteit, amelyre várják minden olyan vállalkozás jelentkezését, amely innovatív megoldásokat tud kínálni a családoknak.
A representative survey by KINCS found that Hungarian people whose father lives have a good relationship with him: nearly two-thirds talk to their father almost every day, and 14 percent said their relationship has become closer since the start of the coronavirus epidemic. 72 percent of Hungarians share their joys with him, and nearly 50 percent of them also share with him their sorrows. Father’s Day isn’t a well-known holiday yet, with less than a third of respondents aware that we celebrate fathers on the third Sunday in June.
On the International Day of Families, on May 15, the KINCS Smart Family Center, the first family innovation center in Hungary, was launched.