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European Parliament election, 1984 (Denmark)

Denmark European Parliament election, 1984

17 June 1984
16 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 1984 in Denmark was the election of the delegation from Denmark to the European Parliament in 1984.

Results

 Summary of the results of Denmark's 17 June 1984 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Conservative People's Party (KF) EPP 414,177 20.69 +6.7 4 +2
People's Movement against the EEC (FOLKEB) TEAM 413.808 20.67 -0.2 4 0
Social Democrats (S) PES 387,098 19.34 -2.5 3 0
Left Liberal Party (V) 248,397 12.41 -2 2 -1
Socialist People's Party (SF) NGLA 183.580 9.17 +4.5 1 0
Centre Democrats (CD) 131,984 6.59 +0.5 1 0
Progress Party (FP) 68,747 3.43 0 0
Christian Democrats (K) 54,624 2.73 0 0
Social Liberal Party (RV) ELDR 32,560 1.63 0 0
Left Socialists (VS) 25,305 1.26 0 0
Other parties 0
Valid votes 2,001,906 99.26
Blank and invalid votes 14,966 0.74
Totals 2,016,872 100.00 15 0
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 3,878,600 52.00 4.29
References[1]
Popular vote
C
  
20.69%
N
  
20.67%
A
  
19.34%
V
  
12.41%
F
  
9.17%
M
  
6.59%
Z
  
3.43%
Q
  
2.73%
B
  
1.63%
Y
  
1.26%

References

  1. ^ [1]Archivo Histórico Electoral Election 1984


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