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Far-right parties’ power in Europe

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Far-right parties’ power in Europe

 

(% of votes – last held elections) – as of October 2018


 

 


Above 50%

Hungary: Fidesz–KDNP – Jobbik – Hungarian Justice and Life Party (68,5%) – Hungarian parliamentary election, 2018

Turkey: AK Party – MHP (53,7%) – Turkish parliamentary election, 2018

 

Below 50%

FYROM: VMRO-DPMNE (39,4%) – Macedonian parliamentary election, 2016

Greece: New Democracy – Golden Dawn – ANEL (38,8%) – Greek legislative election, 2015

Switzerland: SVP-UDC (29,4%) – Swiss federal election, 2015

Austria: FPO – Freedom Party of Austria (26,0%) – Austrian legislative election, 2017

Italy: Lega Nord & Fratelli d’Italia, Forza Nuova and Casapound (23,1%) – Italian general election, 2018

Denmark: Danish People’s Party (21,1%) – Danish general election, 2015

 

 

Below 20%

Finland: Finns (17,7%) – Finnish parliamentary election, 2015

Sweden: Sweden Democrats – SD (17,5%) – Swedish general election, 2014

Slovakia: SNS & Kotleba – People’s Party Our Slovakia (16,6%) – Slovak parliamentary election, 2016

Norway: Progress Party (15,2%) – Norwegian parliamentary election, 2017

France: National Front (13,2%) – French legislative election, 2017

Netherlands: PVV (13,1%) – Dutch general election, 2017

Germany: AfD (12,6%) – German federal election, 2017

Latvia: National Alliance (11,0%) – Latvian parliamentary election, 2018

Czechia: SPD and DS (10,8%) – Czech legslative election, 2017

 

Below 10%

Bulgaria: United Patriots (9,1%) – Bulgarian parliamentary election, 2017

Poland: Kukiz’15 (8,9%) – Polish parliamentary election, 2015

Estonia: Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (8,1%) – Estonian parliamentary election, 2015

Cyprus: ELAM (5,7%) – Cypriot presidential election, 2018

Lithuania: Order & Justice (5,6%) – Lithuanian parliamentary election, 2016

Slovenia: SNS (4,2%) – Slovenian parliamentary election, 2018

Belgium: Vlaams Belang (3,7%) – Belgian federal election, 2014

* Next Belgian federal election are scheduled for 2019 (opinion polls for Vlaams Belang: 9,0%)

United Kingdom: UKIP (1,8%) – UK general election, 2017

Romania: Greater Romania Party (1,2%) – Romanian legislative election, 2016

 

Below 1%

Croatia: Coalition Move (0,7%) – Croatian parliamentary election, 2016

Portugal: National Renovator (0,5%) – Portuguese legislative election, 2015

Malta: Moviment Patrijotti Maltin (0,4%) – Maltese general election, 2017

Luxembourg: The Conservatives (0,3%) – Luxembourg general election, 2018

Iceland: Icelandic National Front (0,2%) – Icelandic parliamentary election, 2016

Ireland: Identity Ireland (<0,05%) – Irish general election, 2016

Spain*: National Democracy (0,01%) – Spanish general election, 2015

* Andalusian Regional Elections, 2018: VOX (11,0%)


Data

country Far-right parties – share of votes % Parties Year of elections
Hungary 68,5% Fidesz–KDNP – Jobbik – Hungarian Justice and Life Party 2018
Turkey 53,7% AK Party – MHP 2018
FYROM 39,4% VMRO-DPMNE 2016
Greece 38,8% ND – Golden Dawn – ANEL 2015
Switzerland 29,4% SVP-UDC 2015
Austria 26,0% FPO 2017
Italy 23,1% Lega Nord & Fratteli d’Italia – Forza Nuova and Casapound 2018
Denmark 21,1% Danish People’s Party 2015
Finland 17,7% Finns 2015
Sweden 17,5% Sweden Democrats 2018
Slovakia 16,6% SNS & Kotleba – People’s party Our Slovakia 2016
Norway 15,2% Progress Party 2017
France 13,2% National Front 2017
Netherlands 13,1% PVV 2017
Germany 12,6% AfD 2017
Latvia 11,0% National Alliance 2018
Czechia 10,8% SPD and DS 2017
Bulgaria 9,1% United Patriots 2017
Poland 8,9% Kukiz’15 2015
Estonia 8,1% Conservative People’s Party of Estonia 2015
Cyprus 5,7% ELAM 2018
Lithuania 5,6% Order & Justice 2016
Slovenia 4,2% SNS 2018
Belgium 3,7% Vlaams Belang 2014
UK 1,8% UKIP 2017
Romania 1,2% Greater Romania Party 2016
Croatia 0,7% Coalition Move 2016
Portugal 0,5% National Renovator 2015
Malta 0,4% Moviment Patrijotti Maltin 2017
Luxembourg 0,3% The Conservatives 2018
Iceland 0,2% Icelandic National Front 2016
Ireland 0,0% Identity Ireland 2016
Spain 0,0% National Democracy 2015

 

 

 

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