At the parliamentary elections in 2006 the Party of Hungarian Coalition received 269 111 votes, with which it lagged behind the number of votes received four years ago. At the same time, 54,67% participation from four years ago, the number of votes of this year resulted the highest one up to now, that was 11,68% . The MKP in order to receive better voting results in the future, had to examine what were the social groups whose support it lost and why. After this it can be considered the way how to get them back. At the same time it should also be considered whom and why it remained in its supporters.

The MKP faces double challenge in the present situation in the issue of representation. On one hand the picture becomes weak that during the last eight years was created in the majority of voters, namely that it can effectively represent (manage) many concrete cases relating to them individually or as a member of a social group, since the party found itself in opposition. Only in such regional and local self-governments remains that opportunity in which the party representatives form the majority, and/or belong to the coalition majority. Although these positions do not enable to balance the lost governmental opportunities and sources.
In the issue of equal rights of the Hungarian and Slovak language the MKP has even several action fields. One is the political representation of language rights expansion containing even demonstrative elements. The second other is the political support of the social dispute on the issue. The third one is spreading Hungarian language usage in public life. Self-governments directed by the MKP can make a lot for this due to their competence, by influencing local enterpreneurs, and together with the national leadership of the party, any eventually by launching a movement that strenghtens and supports the public usage of the Hungarian language. In our opinion the support of cultural and educational institutions and mainly the emphasising its prestige and role from the point of view of MKP is very important, since in case of campaigns they have a very important role and can be a kind of background basis for the party present in government and mainly in the opposition. We are not talking only about Cse­ma­dok, but about ci­vil organisations and educational institutions,