According to Europe Elects, Matteo Salvini (League) and Viktor Orban (Fidesz) are crushing the opposition.
While Fidesz has always been strong, it appears – despite all the ‘noise’ against Orban (mostly from irrelevant Verhofstadt groupies) – to be getting even stronger. Meanwhile, the League has been soaring in Italy since the last election, basically doubling its support since Salvini took office.
What do Orban and Salvini have in common? Both have a clear and focused vision…and have taken bold action to produce results that please its citizens and put the best interests of their countries first. Both are ‘prime time’ warriors.
-Europe Elects collects the results of surveys conducted in European countries.
So far, the League of Matteo Salvini have a commanding lead in Italy, while Viktor Orbán has more than 50% of the respondents’ votes in Hungary.
In Italy, the 5-Star Movement (falling hard) and the Democratic Party are tied, but both are losing significantly to the League.
In Hungary, the opposition is so far behind that none are even worth mentioning. It seems the little support they have comes from NGO agitators and other bitter malcontents.
– Slovakia is also worth mentioning since it just had a presidential election. Despite the victory of Zuzana Čaputová over Smer candidate Maroš Šefčovič, Smer (Socialists) remains the strongest, although they seem to be falling fast.
Despite the party’s stance against migration, the V4 Report remains unimpressed with Smer’s agenda and future…they are, after all, Socialists of the left. Also noteworthy is the support for ĽSNS, the People’s Party Our Slovakia, which is somewhere between 12-13%.
– France is getting interesting. The Rassemblement National, or the National Assembly of Marine Le Pen, is in close proximity to Macron’s La République En Marche. However, while the opposition is sincere and growing, we would caution against counting on the majority of French voters.
* While every battle state is important, the V4 Report puts special emphasis on Hungary, Italy, Poland (PiS) and Austria (FPO). We are very comfortable with its leaders and feel this is the base and foundation of the New Right which can best battle Macron and Brussels across Europe.