State of Populism in Europe 2020

Populism in Europe 2020 – ending a project of half a decade When the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) launched the Populism Tracker project jointly with the Budapest-based Policy Solutions in 2015, we set out to gauge the impact of these changing trends, to present their insights about this phenomenon to the wider public, …

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The State of Populism in Europe 2018

“Based on our Populism Tracker database, at the end of 2018, 30.3% of European likely voters would have voted for a populist party, in other words, over a quarter of the electorate supports some populist formation. A year ago, in December 2017, this ratio was somewhat lower at only 26.5%. Therefore, one can definitely not speak about …

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Progressive Answers to Populism

 Hungarian version available here  Progressive Answers to Populism in France Although, the problem of rising populism is becoming a more and more researched topic – FEPS and Policy Solutions joint research programme called “Populism Tracker” being a testament to this –, there are very few if any serious analyses that offer an antidote to populism. …

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The State of Populism Q1 2018

SPRINGTIME FOR POPULISM STATE OF POPULISM, Q1 2018 As a result of a series of disappointing electoral performances, populist parties failed to achieve major breakthroughs in 2017. Populist parties weren’t exactly weak last year, but inflated expectations made even otherwise impressive results – such as Marine Le Pen’s 33.9% in the French presidential election or …

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Populism Report: April – June 2017

By: Tamás Boros, Gábor Gyóri, Tibor Kadlót, Gergely Laki Released: Q2 2017 Editor: FEPS – Foundation for European Progressive Studies Nb of pages: 15 Populism Report Q2 2017

Populism Report: July-September 2016

By: FEPS & Policy Solutions Released: 2016 Nb of pages: 8 Populism Report: July-September 2016 During the customarily politically calm summer period – apart from a few striking exceptions – there has been no significant change in the support of populist parties across Europe. Thus, in the third quarter of 2016, the trend of previous …

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