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Populist Party may refer to:
- American Populist Party (2009–2010), a libertarian constitutionalist party
- Croatian Popular Party (1919), a Croatian right-wing party also known as Croatian Populist Party
- Indonesian National Populist Fortress Party, an Indonesian populist party supportive of Pancasila ideology
- Narodnik, a movement in late Tsarist Russia, whose name can be translated as "Populist" and whose ideology has been referenced as "Populism", in scholarly literature
- Parti populiste (French Populist Party), a nationalist and eurosceptic organization in France
- People's Party (Greece) (Λαїκό Κομμα, Laiko Komma or Laikon Komma), a conservative-monarchist early 20th century Greek party, whose name can be translated as Populist Party
- People's Party (Spain) (Partido Popular), a conservative party in Spain
- People's Party of Georgia (US) (a.k.a. Populist Party of Georgia), the Georgia chapter of the 19th and early 20th century American Populist Party
- Populist Party (Northern Cyprus), a defunct party in Northern Cyprus
- Populist Party (Turkey) (Halkçı Parti), a former kemalist socialist Turkish party translated both as People's Party and as Populist Party
- Populist Party (UK)
- People's Party (United States) (1887–1908), a radical agrarian-oriented American political party commonly called "the Populists"
- People's Party (United States, 1971) (1973–1976), sometimes also called Populist Party; inspired by the People's Party of the 1887-1908 period
- Populist Party (United States, 1984) (1984–1996), a far-right political party
- Populist Party of Maryland, a vehicle for the Ralph Nader presidential campaign of 2004
- Social Democratic Populist Party (Turkey), a former kemalist social democratic Turkish party
- Vietnam Populist Party, a pro-democracy party in Vietnam, called For The Vietnamese People Party by the state media
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