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European Parliament election, 1994 (Germany)

Election for the 4th European Parliament[1]

June 12, 1994 (1994-06-12)[1]

All 99 German seats in the European Parliament
Turnout 60.0%
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party CDU/CSU SPD Green
Seats before 32 31 8
Seats won 47 40 12
Seat change Increase15 Increase9 Increase4
Popular vote 13,739,447 11,389,697 3,563,268
Percentage 38.8% 32,2% 10.1%
Swing Increase1.1% Decrease5.1% Increase1.7%

The European Parliament election of 1994 in Germany was the election of the delegation from Germany to the European Parliament in 1994.

Results

 Summary of the results of Germany's 12 June 1994 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) + Christian Social Union (CSU) (CDU/CSU) EPP 13,739,447 38.80 1.01 Increase 47 15 Increase
Social Democratic Party (SPD) PES 11,389,697 32.16 5.16 Decrease 40 9 Increase
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) EPP 11,346,073 32.04 2.50 Increase 39 14 Increase
Alliance '90/The Greens (B'90/GRÜNEN) EGP 3,563,268 10.06 1.61 Increase 12 4 Increase
Christian Social Union (CSU) EPP 2,393,374 6.76 1.49 Decrease 8 1 Increase
Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) PEL 1,670,316 4.72 new 0 0 Steady
Free Democratic Party (FDP) ELDR 1,442,857 4.07 1.52 Decrease 0 4 Decrease
The Republicans (REP) None 1,387,070 3.92 3.20 Decrease 0 6 Decrease
Confederation of Free Citizens – The Offensive (BFB) None 385,676 1.09 new 0 0 Steady
Others (parties and candidates that won less than 1% of the national vote and no seats) 5.18 0
Valid votes 35,411,414 97.56
Blank and invalid votes 884,115 2.44
Totals 36,295,529 100.00 99 18 Increase
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 60,473,927 60.02 2.26 Decrease

References

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