Election 2019: New, Updated seat projection for new Parliament

elections update 2019

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

New, updated seat projection for the new European Parliament based on final and provisional results in 27 countries and estimates in one more:

provisional results 28.05.2019 18:11      
Provisional results 28.05.2019 18:11 

Seat projections will continue to be updated and published on www.election-results.eu.
This new projection is based on:
Final results in 13 countries: Austria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, UK.
Provisional results in 14 countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
National estimates from one country: Ireland
On www.election-results.eu you will find national results, seats by political group and country, the breakdown by national parties and political groups, MEPs’ gender balance or turnout. You will also be able to compare results, check majorities or upload your widget.
Turnout estimates indicate a significant increase in participation
Preliminary turnout figures estimate turnout across the EU at 50.97 % representing a significant increase in participation in the 2019 European elections and the highest turnout for at least the past twenty years.











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