The latest PopuList results are rather stark:
1. In the early 1990s, the “populist, far-right and far-left parties” accounted for around 10 per cent of the total vote. By 2020, this share had risen to over 30 per cent.
2. The share of “Eurosceptic, far-right and far-left parties” was around 15 per cent in the 1992 and is now at 33 per cent.
3. The surge in anti-EU sentiment has accelerated since the GFC and the way the EU technocrats handled the crisis.