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>> It already looks like a no. Hungarians voting Sunday in a referendum on the European Union's migrant quotas. Polls leave little doubt about their answer. A no would boost Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, a staunch opponent of immigration, and arm him for a battle with Brussels, perhaps within days.
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> I voted no because there are a lot poor people in our country too, and if more poor people come in we will be even poorer and have to work even more.
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00:01:08
>> Rights groups say Orban's government has stoked xenophobia and mistreated refugees on the border. A low turnout could still thwart his plans, some polls indicating a turnout of less than 50%. That would invalidate Sunday's result.