Seven out of ten Austrian voters believe that the government does not have the country's problems under control - but the majority would still not want to see the right-wing Freedom Party as part of the governing coalition, according to a new survey.

Of those who took part in the survey, carried out for the Standard newspaper, 52 percent don't agree that the FPÖ is "a normal political party" - and only 37 percent think it is.

Like populist parties elsewhere in Europe, the FPÖ has increased its support after stoking public fears about record immigration and rising unemployment.

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