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Populist Parties in Europe: Agents of Discontent?
1. Introduction: Studying Populism in European Party Systems 2. Populist Parties in 31 European Countries 3. Paths to Populist Electoral Success and Failure: fsQCA Analysis 4. Populist Parties in theExpand
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The PopuList: an overview of populist, far right, far left and Eurosceptic parties in Europe
The PopuList is a peer-reviewed list of populist, far right, far left and Eurosceptic parties that obtained at least 2% of the vote in at least one national parliamentary election since 1998. TheExpand
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Shifting the blame. Populist politicians’ use of Twitter as a tool of opposition
The advent of new social media has facilitated new means of political communication, through which politicians can address the electorate in an unmediated way. This article concentrates on politicalExpand
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A Matter of Supply and Demand: The Electoral Performance of Populist Parties in Three European Countries
This article assesses the electoral performance of populist parties in three European countries: the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom. In explaining the electoral performance of theExpand
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Beyond protest and discontent: A cross-national analysis of the effect of populist attitudes and issue positions on populist party support
Studies on populist parties – or ‘supply-side populism’ more generally – are numerous. Nevertheless, the connection with demand-side dynamics, and particularly the populist characteristics orExpand
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Explaining the Electoral Performance of Populist Parties: The Netherlands as a Case Study
This article provides an explanatory framework for the electoral performance of populist parties, using the Netherlands as a case study. The Netherlands is an ideal case, as several populist partiesExpand
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The populist cat-dog: applying the concept of populism to contemporary European party systems
Populism is a frequently used yet problematic concept; the term is often ill-defined and randomly applied. While these problems have been widely acknowledged, this article argues that there are stillExpand
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Right to be worried? Three centre-left parties and the radical right in the Netherlands, Germany and Great Britain
This volume, which brings together the leading scholars within this field, makes a unique contribution by focusing on the relationship between class politics and the radical right