Numerous countries have historical flags which, when flown or otherwise celebrated, carry significant contemporary political connotations and are usually interpreted as a sign that the person flying said flag has a particular (usually staunchly conservative/right wing) Weltanschauung. Obvious examples include the Confederate (battle) flag in the United States, the Red Ensign in Canada, the black-white-red tricolour in Germany, and the orange-white-blue flag of South Africa. Left-wing equivalents include the DDR flag in Germany and the hammer-and-sickle in Russia.
I'm curious as to whether the flag of the Habsburg empire has any similar connotations in contemporary Austria, or indeed Hungary. Would most contemporary citizens of Austria interpret a person flying this flag as having a particular viewpoint? Or would it merely be viewed as a curiosity/eccentricity?