The study of terrorism continues to suffer its detractors. And, if truth be told, this has not always been without merit. The “terrorism industry” does exist, though those who bemoan its alleged influence seem forever doomed to conflate those who take its study seriously with those who never cease, as the old saying goes, to […]
Writing for the Guardian Comment is Free, Matthew Goodwin summarises the key findings from our new survey that explores public attitudes toward core far right policies, and identifies an important generational divide. Read the full post here.
A new poll on public attitudes by the Extremis Project and YouGov suggests that significant numbers of voters remain receptive to a political party that promised to stand up to business and political elites, halt immigration, curb the presence of Islam and prioritise British values over other cultures. The key findings were reported yesterday, in […]
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Also tagged BNP, British values, Conservatives, EDL, elites, Extremis Project, Far Right, immigration, Labour, measurement, Muslims, polling, populism, public attitudes, questions, research, wording, yougov
Although many commentators -including those who have contributed to the Extremist Project over the past week– assume that Geert Wilders will be defeated in the elections that take place in the Netherlands tomorrow, it is far from certain that the PVV will lose seats in the Dutch parliament. Yes, Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom (PVV) […]
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Also tagged De Stemming, Geert Wilders, Interview-NSS, Marcial Hernandez, Maurice de Hond, Netherlands, Party for Freedom, polling, predictions, PVV, SP, Synovate, VVD, Wim Kortenoeven