Minding the Gap: Deepening Political Polarization in Poland, Hungary [EVENT]


The 21 Research Center and its collaborative partner Projekt:Polska invite you to a discussion on people’s political preference formation in rural areas of Hungary and Poland and the polarization observed in their political views and perceptions.

The event will draw on the results from the comparative research made possible by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, based on the analysis of four focus groups (2-2) conducted in Hungary and Poland.


Date: 24th of June (Thursday) – 10:00-11:30 CEST

Location: online (live-stream on Facebook)

Language: English


Attendance: Attending the event is free, but registration is required prior to the event.



10:00-10:10 Housekeeping (rules, short introduction and welcome)

10:10-10:15 Welcome speech by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom

10:15-10:35 Presentation of results from Hungary and Poland – Livia Kosa (21 Research Center) and Krzysztof Mączka (Projekt:Polska)

10:35-11:20 Roundtable discussion with Daniel Róna, Krzysztof Mączka, and Tim Haughton

11:20-11:30 Q&A

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