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The recent European elections have shown a sharp rise in parties and independent parliament members generally perceived as "Eurosceptic". Against this background, this paper analyses the interconnections between distressed economies, fall of confidence in traditional political parties, and the electoral success of hard-line Eurosceptic parties. On a panel of more than 100 elections between 2009 and December 2014, the random-effect model shows the relative impact of long and short term politicaldoi:10.2139/ssrn.2620220 fatcat:3o7q6jwvcjeifaw7zdi2gowkf4