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European Parliament election, 1989 (West Germany)

Election for the 3rd European Parliament[1]

June 18, 1989 (1989-06-18)[1]

All 81 German seats in the European Parliament
Turnout 62.3%
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party CDU/CSU SPD Green
Seats before 41 33 7
Seats won 32 31 8
Seat change Decrease9 Decrease2 Increase1
Popular vote 10,659,123 10,525,728 2,382,102
Percentage 37.7% 37.3% 8.4%
Swing Decrease8.3% Decrease0.1% Increase0.2%

  Fourth party Fifth party
 
Party REP FDP
Seats before 0 0
Seats won 6 4
Seat change Increase6 Increase4
Popular vote 2,008,629 1,576,715
Percentage 7.1% 5.6%
Swing Increase7.1% Increase0.8%

The European Parliament election of 1989 in West Germany was the election of the delegation from West Germany to the European Parliament in 1989.

Results

 Summary of the 1989 West German European Parliament election results (polling date June 18, 1989)
Party Seats (3 from Berlin) %
Social Democratic Party of Germany 30+1 37.3%
Christian Democratic Union of Germany 24+1 29.5%
The Greens 7+1 8.4%
Christian Social Union of Bavaria 7 8.2%
The Republicans 6 7.1%
Free Democratic Party 4 5.6%
Others - 3.8%
Total 81 100.0%

(Source: Wahlergebnisse - Europawahl (German))

References

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