1. In the Netherlands the far-right populist PVV (Freedom Party), led by Geert Wilders is expected to win between 35 and 37 of the 150 seats in the Dutch House of Representatives; it previously held just 16.
  2. In Poland, the Law and Justice party (PiS) lost its majority in the October 2023 parliamentary elections. Nevertheless, it remains in front, and the PiS currently holds 35 percent of seats (42 percent when including its coalition partners).
  3. In Hungary, Viktor Orbán's Fidesz has already been in power for over ten years, and won a landslide victory in the 2022 parliamentary elections. It currently holds 59 percent of parliamentary seats and forms a governing coalition with the Christian Democrat NKDP.
  4. In Austria, the FPÖ the party now accounts for just 16 percent
  5. In France, the Rassemblement National achieved 15% after its historic 2022 legislative result in France.
  6. In Belgium, the Flemish nationalist party, Vlaams Belang, currently weighs in at 12 percent
  7. In Germany the AfD is down to 11 percent
  8. In Slovakia, the left-wing populist and social conservative (SMER-SD) emerged as the largest party winning 42 seats.

Seats in National Parliaments

  1. Hungary: 59% Fidesz
  2. Poland 35% PiS
  3. Italy: 30% FdL
  4. Netherlands: 23% PVV
  5. Finland: 23% PS
  6. Slovakia: 22.9% SMER-SD
  7. Sweden: 21% SD
  8. Austria: 16% FPÖ
  9. France: 15% RN
  10. Belgium: 12% VB
  11. Germany: 11% AfD
  12. Spain: 9% Vox
  13. Portugal: 5% Chega
  14. Denmark: 4% DF

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