The BNP won its first seats in the European parliament not because its supporters are all racist, but because many voters feel insecure and let down by the main parties.
It gets better, though:
One of the most startling findings came when we tested anecdotal reports that many BNP voters were old Labour sympathisers who felt that the party no longer speaks up for them. As many as 59% of BNP voters think that Labour “used to care about the concerns of people like me but doesn’t nowadays”.
Go on, Labour cock-sniffers ... stick THAT in your fucking pink pipe and smoke it.
Yet, depending on how the term "racist" is precisely defined, our survey suggests that the label applies to only around a half of BNP voters. On their own, these votes would not have been enough to give the BNP either of the seats they won last night.
There are two telling pieces of evidence that suggest wider causes of disenchantment. Seven out of 10 BNP voters (and almost as many Green and Ukip voters) think that "there is no real difference these between Britain’s three main parties".
See, you goat-felching weasel-rapists, when you don't believe in anything, why should the voters believe in you?