The recent European Union parliamentary elections have once again highlighted the dynamic and often turbulent nature of European politics. Leftist green parties were sidelined, far-right parties increased their representation and the center held, but just barely.

Inflation associated with the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, concerns over illegal and unregulated migration and anemic economies pushed voters to reject what they call globalist parties and their political agendas.

These results not only provide a snapshot of the current political landscape in Europe but also offer insights into broader global trends, including voter inclinations for the upcoming U.S. presidential election.