Right-wing populism is a which combines political ideology and right-wing politics rhetoric and themes. The rhetoric often consists of populist sentiments, opposition to the anti-elitist and speaking for the " system ". In Europe, right-wing populism is an expression used to describe groups, politicians and political parties generally known for their opposition to common people , immigration mostly from the  Islamic world and in most cases  . Euroscepticism Right-wing populism in the  is generally—though not exclusively—associated with ideologies such as Western world , neo-nationalism   , anti-globalization  , nativism   protectionism and  . opposition to immigration Traditional  views such as opposition to an increasing support for the right-wing and a "more lavish, but also more restrictive, domestic social spending" scheme is also described under right-wing populism and is sometimes called " welfare state ". welfare chauvinism   
From the 1990s, right-wing populist parties became established in the legislatures of various democracies, including
, Australia , Brazil , Canada , Czech Republic , Denmark , Estonia , France , Germany and Romania ; and they entered coalition governments in Sweden , Austria , Belgium , Bulgaria , Chile , Finland , Greece , Italy , Israel , Latvia , the Lithuania , Netherlands , New Zealand , Norway and Slovakia ; and majority governments in Switzerland , India , Turkey and Hungary . Although Poland movements in the extreme right-wing have been studied separately, where they are normally called " United States ", some writers consider them to be a part of the same phenomenon. Right-wing populism in the United States is also closely linked to radical right . paleoconservatism Right-wing populism is distinct from  , but several right-wing populist parties have their roots in conservative political parties. Other populist parties have links to conservatism movements founded during the fascist when interwar period , Italian , German , Hungarian and Spanish fascism rose to power. Japanese
, Great Recession   right-wing populist movements such as the  in France, the National Front in Italy, the Northern League in the Netherlands and the Party for Freedom began to grow in popularity, UK Independence Party  in large part because of increasing opposition to immigration from the  and Middle East , rising Euroscepticism and discontent with the economic policies of the Africa . European Union  U.S. President 's 2016 political views have been summarized by pundits as right-wing populist Donald Trump and nationalist.   
Classification of right-wing populism into a single
has proved difficult and it is not certain whether a meaningful category exists, or merely a cluster of categories since the parties differ in ideology, organization and leadership rhetoric. Unlike traditional parties, they also do not belong to international organizations of like-minded parties, and they do not use similar terms to describe themselves.
Scholars use terminology inconsistently, sometimes referring to right-wing populism as "
" or other terms such as radical right . new nationalism  noted that "standard reference works use alternate typologies and diverse labels categorising parties as ' Pippa Norris ' or 'extreme' right, ' far ', ' new right ' or ' anti-immigrant ', ' neofascist ', ' antiestablishment ', 'protest', 'ethnic', ' national populist ', ' authoritarian ', 'antiparty', ' antigovernment ', ' ultranationalist ', ' neoliberal ' and so on".