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Recapturing the Reluctant Radical

How to win back Europe’s Populist Vote

By Catherine Fieschi, Marley Morris and Lila Caballero.

Counterpoint’s latest work from the Reluctant Radical’s project.

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The tables for the regressions in Chapter 2 can be downloaded here (ESS data) and here (BES and ITANES data).

The tables for the regressions in Chapters 3, 4 and 5 can be downloaded here.

From the original Press Release:

Report urges mainstream politicians to tackle right-wing populism by targeting ‘reluctant’ supporters

The European mainstream needs to focus on the ‘reluctant’ supporters of right-wing populist parties rather than the committed hard core in order to combat the electoral rise of right-wing populism, according to a new report by research and advisory group Counterpoint being launched today in Brussels.

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