The European Parliament launches a website on European election results

European Elections 2019_

(European Committee of the Regions, 2019)

This article is brought to you in association with the European Parliament.


This new, dynamic website contains all results from past and present European elections and is now available in all official EU languages.

www.election-results.eu will be updated in real time on election night on 26 May with overall European election results, including national breakdowns, as details are transmitted by national authorities.

Past European elections

The website contains the composition of all outgoing European Parliaments since 1984, breakdowns by national parties and political groups since 1979 and all results at national level since 2009. The site also offers information on trends in European elections, for example on gender balance.

A dynamic and interactive website

  • The comparative tool can compare data between different elections.
  • Users can also explore possible parliamentary coalitions with the majority calculator once the first official projections are made available on 26 May.
  • A widget can tailor the website to your needs. It will publish historical results of European elections on your website and provide live results.
  • Download datasheets in open data formats (json, xml and csv) and graphic image formats (jpg and png).

If you wish to embed the raw data on election night, subscribe to receive details on how to do so and updates by email to: election-results-data@europarl.europa.eu.

Tests will be carried out on 25 April, 7 May and 14 May to ensure transmission, reception and other functions are running correctly. To take part in these test sessions, send requests by email to: election-results-data@europarl.europa.eu.

The press tool kit provides more information on the elections such as facts and figures on the electoral process, the lead candidates and achievements of the EU. It also offers regularly updated information on the Eurobarometer surveys and useful contacts for journalists who cover Parliament’s activities.

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