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European elections 2024: in anticipation of a “green” catastrophe

The European Parliament elections scheduled for June 6-9, 2024 threaten to turn into a real disaster for the Greens. Today, the EP political group “Greens/European Free Alliance” (EFA/EFA), which has 72 deputies in its ranks, according to various sociological surveys, may lose up to 30 mandates in the upcoming European elections and fall to the bottom of the “standings”, not much ahead of the “left-wing” outsiders. 

However, the group’s leadership is making a “good game” out of a bad game, hoping that they will be able to mobilize their electorate, whose ranks will be filled by many of those who consider climate change a very serious problem (93% of Europeans). And then, at the last moment, the undecideds will make the right choice in favor of the Greens and refute all the pessimistic forecasts. This was the case five years ago, and they expect it to be the case this time as well. 

In this piece Ascolta continues to analyze the electoral mood of European voters, as well as the positions of the main political groups on the eve of the upcoming elections to the European Parliament. In particular, the analysis of the positions of the political parties belonging to the EP group “Greens/European Free Alliance” shows a tendency to a serious decline in support, largely due to the flow of votes to the right-wing and populists.

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The European Parliament elections scheduled for June 6-9, 2024 threaten to turn into a real disaster for the Greens. Today, the EP political group “Greens/European Free Alliance” (EFA/EFA), which has 72 deputies in its ranks, according to various sociological surveys, may lose up to 30 mandates in the upcoming European elections and fall to the bottom of the “standings”, not much ahead of the “left-wing” outsiders. 

However, the group’s leadership is making a “good game” out of a bad game, hoping that they will be able to mobilize their electorate, whose ranks will be filled by many of those who consider climate change a very serious problem (93% of Europeans). And then, at the last moment, the undecideds will make the right choice in favor of the Greens and refute all the pessimistic forecasts. This was the case five years ago, and they expect it to be the case this time as well. 

In this piece Ascolta continues to analyze the electoral mood of European voters, as well as the positions of the main political groups on the eve of the upcoming elections to the European Parliament. In particular, the analysis of the positions of the political parties belonging to the EP group “Greens/European Free Alliance” shows a tendency to a serious decline in support, largely due to the flow of votes to the right-wing and populists.

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