Looking at Europe as a whole, social demand for far-right ideas has not increased significantly in the wake of the current economic crisis in the past few years. In Southern and Western Europe demand for far-right ideologies shows a rising trend: in particular, prejudice has intensified dramatically in Switzerland, Belgium and Finland, and to a lesser extent, in France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway and Great-Britain. In Southern Europe – Portugal and Spain – the degree of anti-establishment sentiment has risen dramatically. At the same time, in some Eastern European counties, the DEREX index declined (however, it has remained much higher than in Western Europe. The threat of high level of attitude radicals is that they can be “seduced” by radical political forces; and even more importantly, a prejudicial, nationalist and anti-establishment public can push mainstream parties and political leaders toward a more radical position. In Hungary, confidence in political institutions shows extreme fluctuation. Such swings are a source of threat in itself as they may work to the benefit of radical political forces exploiting sudden shifts in public sentiment.
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