I recently had a go at creating an index of the rise of fascism around the world. Taking the definition of fascism as Umberto Eco's 14 points, I tracked the amount of power fascist groups held in each of their states. As fascism is an ideology centred around power, how much real state power these groups hold is the main concern of this index.
On this map you can see 6 distinct shades of blue. From light-dark blue respectively, these represent 'No Noteable Fascist Presence', 'Existance of Minor Fascist Party', 'Fascist Party in Opposition', 'Fascists form part of a Government', 'Fascists in Government' and 'Fascist State'.
As I've simplified the rise of fascism into 5 stages, they have to be considered on a case by case basis. A country without any noteable fascist movements may be that way for a number of reasons, from geographic isolation, to population consensus, to dictatorship. A country with a fascist party in opposition may actually have more power than the governing party, such as in Peru and Armenia. The point is, take this index with a grain of salt. I also may be wrong about certain countries, due to the limited amount of information available. If you need me to justify any decisions, or request an amendment, please say.