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  How will the current chaos affect far-right parties in Europe? (search mode)
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« on: November 19, 2015, 05:07:21 pm »
« edited: November 20, 2015, 09:18:37 pm by DavidB. »

Agree with JosepBroz's analysis.

- The Danish election took place only a few months ago, so no new elections there anytime soon, except if the government collapses of course. However, DF doesn't seem to be improving in the polls.
- FN will probably reach the second round of the French presidentials and lose it, unless some more terrorist attacks take place (which can absolutely not be ruled out), in which case everything is possible.
- UKIP won't win anything and the British elections just took place anyway, next ones are in 2020 only.
- PVV will probably do very well in the next Dutch elections, yet isn't likely to be in any coalition.
- VB might improve in the next Belgian elections, but no new elections anytime soon and cordon sanitaire is still in place.
- Finnish PS is currently in government and is being decimated in the polls, becoming less popular by the day.
- SVP just won the Swiss elections.
- FP will be doing very well in the next elections and might be in next Austrian coalition, together with the VP.
- Frp are improving in the polls, but they are in the current unpopular Norwegian center-right government. Next government is likely to be formed by the left again.
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