Here are the official results:
Fidesz: 51.9% (1,191,163)
Jobbik: 14.68% (339,501)
MSZP: 10.92% (252,494)
Demokratikus Koalíció 9.76% (225,762)
Együtt-PM 7.22% (167,012)
LMP 5.01% (115,957)
It seem that the “spy affair” of Jobbik’s Béla Kovács did make a difference as far as the party’s popularity is concerned. Jobbik lost about 25% of its supporters.
The other surprise was the lackluster performance of MSZP and the higher than expected results for DK. The difference between the two parties was only about 30,000 votes. MSZP did especially badly in Budapest. In the capital DK was the second strongest party after Fidesz. The third was Együtt2014-PM; the forth was MSZP followed by LMP.