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European Parliament elections, results

The statistics cover information about those entitled to vote, those voting, the share of votes by party, the breakdown by personalised votes and the distribution of seats. The results are presented mainly at county and municipal level.

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European Parliament election 2019 – entitled to vote, preliminary results

2018-10-17

In the 2019 European Parliament elections, 489 000 young people in Sweden will vote for the first time in a European Parliament election. Among these young people, 70 000 were not eligible to vote in the 2018 general elections. In total, 7.3 million Swedish citizens registered in Sweden may vote in the European Parliament election.

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Title Language Type Date
Statistics on democracy – for the elections 2014 Swedish with elements of English Report 2014-06-25
Swedish elections to the European Parliament Swedish with elements of English Report 2011-05-17
European Parliament Election 2009 Swedish with elements of English Report 2010-06-22
Why the Alliance for Sweden won – A summary of results from the Election Survey 2006 Swedish with elements of English Report 2009-02-26
Statistics on Democracy 2008 Swedish with elements of English Report 2008-09-29
Statistics on democracy 2006 Swedish with elements of English Report 2006-06-13
European Parliament Election in 2004 Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-11-23
Statistics on democracy Swedish with elements of English Report 2005-10-06

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