Results - 24/06/2019

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24/06/2019 - 16:05
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European Parliament 2019 - 2024 Provisional results

Political groups Number of seats
EPP - Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) 182
S&D - Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament 153
Renew Europe - Renew Europe group 108
Greens/EFA - Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance 75
ID - Identity and Democracy 73
ECR - European Conservatives and Reformists Group 62
EFDD - Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group 43
GUE/NGL - Confederal Group of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left 41
NI - Non-attached Members 7
Others - Newly elected Members not allied to any of the political groups set up in the outgoing Parliament 7
Total of seats

Political groups in the European Parliament

  • EPP - Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)
  • S&D - Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament
  • ECR - European Conservatives and Reformists Group
  • Renew Europe - Renew Europe group
  • GUE/NGL - Confederal Group of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left
  • Greens/EFA - Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance
  • EFDD - Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group
  • ID - Identity and Democracy
  • NI - Non-attached Members
  • Others - Newly elected Members not allied to any of the political groups set up in the outgoing Parliament

Since 2009, according to Parliament’s rules of procedure, a political group shall consist of at least 25 Members elected in at least seven Member States.

Composition of the European Parliament based on available provisional or final national results published after voting has finished in all Member States, based on the structure of the outgoing Parliament.

Source: European Parliament in collaboration with Kantar

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Type of results:

Estimates: Aggregation established by Kantar of available national estimates or polling data resulting from the elections and published in a given Member State after voting has finished, based on well-known and reliable national polling institutes.

Projection: The projection of the European Parliament is an estimate of its composition resulting from the elections, established by Kantar as an aggregation of available election results, estimates or polling data published in the Member States after voting has finished. Without prejudice to the composition of the newly elected Parliament, the projection is based on the structure of the outgoing Parliament.

Provisional: Composition of the European Parliament based on available provisional or final national results published after voting has finished in all Member States, based on the structure of the outgoing Parliament.

Provisional results: First results as presented by the Member State’s official election authority on the basis of a percentage of votes counted.

Final results: Results as published by the Member State’s official election authority after all of the votes have been counted.

Official results: Definitive results as proclaimed by the Member State’s official election authority and validated by the national legislative authority.

Constitutive session: Results as officially announced by the newly-elected European Parliament after verification of its Members’ eligibility criteria.

Source: European Parliament in collaboration with Kantar

24/06/2019 - 15:14
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Turnout by country Provisional results

Turnout by country in percentage points
Country Percentage (%)
European Union 50.62%
Austria 59.80%
Belgium 88.47%
Bulgaria 32.64%
Croatia 29.86%
Cyprus 44.99%
Czechia 28.72%
Denmark 66.00%
Estonia 37.60%
Finland 40.70%
France 50.12%
Germany 61.38%
Greece 58.76%
Hungary 43.36%
Ireland 49.70%
Italy 54.50%
Latvia 33.53%
Lithuania 53.48%
Luxembourg 84.24%
Malta 72.70%
Netherlands 41.93%
Poland 45.68%
Portugal 30.75%
Romania 51.07%
Slovakia 22.74%
Slovenia 28.89%
Spain 60.73%
Sweden 55.27%
United Kingdom 36.90%
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Source: European Parliament in collaboration with Kantar

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