Articles by Léonie De Jonge

07 2021

Why right-wing populist parties are more successful in some countries than in others

Léonie De Jonge
Right-wing populism is not contagious; it only spreads if mainstream parties and the media diffuse it. This helps explain why right-wing populist parties are more successful in the Netherlands and Flanders than in Luxembourg and Wallonia, writes Léonie de Jonge
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Léonie De Jonge
Assistant Professor in European Politics & Society, University of Groningen

Léonie holds a PhD in Politics & International Studies from the University of Cambridge (2019).

Besides studying populism, she is interested in comparative politics, the (global) far right, party politics and the intersection of politics and the media.

Follow her on Twitter @L_deJonge

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