Who are those that vote in opposition to Europe? | EUROtoday

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Will the 2024 European elections nonetheless be marked by the breakthrough of the Eurosceptic vote? According to latest polls, Jordan Bardella and his National Rally listing are on observe to win greater than 30% of the vote. This pattern is noticed all through Europe.

Twenty years in the past, nevertheless, Euroscepticism barely exceeded 5% of the vote. Since then, his electoral scores have tripled. In 2022, the nations most affected have been Italy, France, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary and Poland. So what occurred?

For years, the scientific group has been attempting to grasp this rising reputation. Some researchers have explored the foundation causes of Brexit, others have centered on parameters akin to age, revenue, stage of training or immigration… Through analysis, science has lastly made it doable to offer some preliminary solutions, and they’re fairly shocking.

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For this video, the groups of World explored quite a few analyzes designed, amongst others, by the European Commission and the American Chapell Hill Institute. They made it doable to supply a wealthy map of the Eurosceptic vote, commented on and put into perspective by specialists on the problem.

Among the sources of this video:

  • Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, Lewis Dijkstra & Hugo Poelman (2024): The Geography of EU Discontent and the Regional Development Trap, Economic Geography
  • Michael Kenny; Davide Luca (2021): The urban-rural polarization of political disenchantment: An investigation of social and political attitudes in 30 European nations – Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society
  • Laura de Dominicis, Lewis Dijkstra, Nicola Pontarollo (2022): Why are cities much less against European integration than rural areas? Factors affecting the Eurosceptic vote by diploma of urbanization, Cities
  • Kevin Brookes, Tristan Guerra (2023): A political opposition between giant cities and the remainder of the territory? For a spatial studying of the outcomes of the 2022 presidential election, Metropolitics
  • Kevin Brookes (2023) How resentment fuels the RN vote in rural areas, The Conversation
  • Kevin Brookes (2022) Rural areas versus city areas: are two Frances actually opposed on the polls? The Conversation
  • Frieder Mitsch, Neil Lee, Elizabeth Ralph Morrow (2021): Faith no extra? The divergence of political belief between city and rural Europe, Political Geography
  • Aurélien Delpirou, Frédéric Gilli (2022): After the elections: plural geographies of a France in imbalance – Metropolitics
  • Jacques Lévy, Sylvain Kahn, Shin Alexandre Koseki, Ana Póvoas (2019): Europeans 2019: The territory of a political society – Jean Jaurès Foundation

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