The Mekko or Marimekko chart below shows election vote percentages for right-wing parties in select European countries. The data used is from this NY Times article and Wikipedia.
The width of each column is proportional to the population of the country. The height of the red segments represents the percentage of votes won by right-wing parties in the latest election. As such, the area of the red segments is roughly proportional to the number of people that support right-wing parties. This is subject to election rules and is meant to be indicative of the support for right-wing parties. Some columns have two red segments indicating that there were two right-wing parties. The data row below chart indicates the year of the last election results.
This Mekko chart was built using Microsoft PowerPoint with the Aploris add-in on a Mac. You can download the chart here.