Lesana, that list is not relevant since e.g. surname Horváth is frequent around Bratislava (due to Croatian immigration in the past) and south Slovakia, but not in the rest of country. The list has no relevant statistical research behind it. So, I haven't found any relevant list of Slovak surnames.

Btw. most of mentioned surnames are Magyar, respectively Slavic in Magyar form (Tóth means Slovak, Horváth means Croat, Molnár means miller/mlynár). Of course, there is a lot of Hungarian surnames thanks to Hungarian minority, mixed marriages as well as recording of Slovak surnames by Magyar writers in the past. Anyway, Magyar surnames are largely presented by vast Gypsy minority.