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European Parliament Election, 2004 (Denmark)


Denmark
European Parliament constituency
Denmark (European Parliament constituency)
Location amongst the 2007 constituencies
Created1979
MEP(s)14 (2004)
Member StateDenmark
Source(s)[2]

Denmark is one single European Parliament constituency. Since the June 2009 Parliament election it has been represented by thirteen members of the European Parliament. It covers the EU member state of Denmark, but not the Faroe Islands and Greenland which are not part of the EU.

Denmark uses the d'Hondt method of proportional representation. Electoral coalitions between two or more parties are allowed.

Current MEPs

Main article: Members of the European Parliament for Denmark 2009–2014

1979

The 1979 European election was the first direct election to be held to the European Parliament, and hence the first time Denmark voted for their MEPs.

Party Votes  % Seats
Social Democrats (A) 382,487 21.80% 3
People's Movement against the EEC Union (N) 365,760 20.85% 4
Venstre (V) 252.767 14.41% 3
Conservative People's Party (C) 245,309 13.98% 2
Centre Democrats (D) 107,790 6.14% 1
Progress Party (Z) 100,702 5.74% 1
Socialist People's Party (F) 81,991 4.67% 1
Others 217,405 12.14% 0
Eligible Voters 3,754,423
Votes cast 1,791,268 (47.71%)
Invalid votes 37,057 (2.07%)

1984

The 1984 European election was the second election to the European Parliament. Template:European Parliament election, 1984 (Denmark)

1989

The 1989 European election was the third election to the European Parliament and was held on June 15 for Denmark. The electoral coalitions were (A + B), (C + V), (F + N) and (D + Q) and (Z) by themselves.


e • d Summary of the results of Denmark's 1989 election to the European Parliament
← 198419891994 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
Social Democrats (A) 417,076 23.3 +3.8 4 +1
People's Movement against the EEC (N) 338,953 18.9 -1.9 4 0
Venstre (V) 297,565 16.6 +4.2 3 +1
Conservative People's Party (C) 238,760 13.3 -7.5 2 -2
Socialist People's Party (F) 162,902 9.1 -0.1 1 0
Centre Democrats (D) 142,190 8.0 +1.4 2 +1
Progress Party (Z) 93,985 5.3 +1.8 0 0
Danish Social Liberal Party (B) 50,196 2.8 -0.3 0 0
Christian People's Party (Q) 47,768 2.7 -0.1 0 0
Valid votes 1,789,395 98.78
Blank and invalid votes 22,163 1.22
Totals 1,811,558 100.00 16 1 Increase
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 3,923,549 46.17 5.83 Decrease
References [2]

1994

The 1994 European election was the fourth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 9 for Denmark. The electoral coalitions were (B + Q), (C + D + V) and (J + N) and the remaining parties by themselves.


e • d Summary of the results of Denmark's 9 June 1994 election to the European Parliament
← 198919941999 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Left Liberal Party (V) 394,362 18.96 2.33 Increase 4 1 Increase
Conservative People's Party (C) 368,890 17.74 4.40 Increase 3 1 Increase
Social Democrats (A) 329,202 15.83 7.48 Decrease 3 1 Decrease
style="background-color: Template:June Movement/meta/color"| June Movement (J) 316,687 15.23 new 2 new
style="background-color: Template:People's Movement against the EU/meta/color"| People's Movement against the EU (N) 214,735 10.32 8.62 Decrease 2 2 Decrease
style="background-color: Template:Socialist People's Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| Socialist People's Party (F) 178,543 8.58 0.52 Decrease 1 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:Danish Social Liberal Party/meta/color"| Social Liberal Party (B) 176,480 8.48 5.67 Increase 1 1 Increase
style="background-color: Template:Progress Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| Progress Party (Z) 59,687 2.9 2.4 Decrease 0 0 Steady
Christian People's Party (Q) 22,986 1.1 1.6 Decrease 0 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:Centre Democrats (Denmark)/meta/color"| Centre Democrats (D) 18,365 0.9 7.1 Decrease 0 2 Decrease
Valid votes 2,079,937 98.40
Blank and invalid votes 33,843 1.60
Totals 2,113,780 100.00 16 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 3,994,200 52.92 6.75 Increase
Source: [3]

1999

The 1999 European election was the fifth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 10 for Denmark. The electoral coalitions were (C + D + V) and (J + N) and the remaining parties by themselves.


e • d Summary of the results of Denmark's 10 June 1999 election to the European Parliament
← 199419992004 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Left Liberal Party (V) ALDE 460,834 23.39 4.43 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 1 Increase
Social Democrats (A) PES 324,256 16.46 0.63 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:June Movement/meta/color"| June Movement (J) EPP 317,508 16.11 0.88 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 1 Increase
style="background-color: Template:Danish Social Liberal Party/meta/color"| Social Liberal Party (B) IND/DEM 180,089 9.14 0.66 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
Conservative People's Party (C) EPP 166,884 8.47 9.27 Decrease Template:Infobox political party/seats 2 Decrease
style="background-color: Template:People's Movement against the EU/meta/color"| People's Movement against the EU (N) GUE/NGL 143,709 7.29 3.03 Decrease Template:Infobox political party/seats 1 Decrease
style="background-color: Template:Socialist People's Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| Socialist People's Party (F) GUE/NGL 140,053 7.11 1.47 Decrease Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:People's Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| People's Party (O) None 114,865 5.83 new Template:Infobox political party/seats 1 Increase
style="background-color: Template:Centre Democrats (Denmark)/meta/color"| Centre Democrats (D) None 68,717 3.49 2.6 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
Christian People's Party (Q) EPP 39,128 1.99 0.9 Increase Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:Progress Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| Progress Party (Z) EPP 14,233 0.72 2.1 Decrease Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
Valid votes 1,970,276 97.38
Blank and invalid votes 53,030 2.62
Totals 2,023,306 100.00 Template:Infobox political party/seats 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 4,009,594 50.46 2.46 Decrease
Source: Valget til Europaparlamentet den 10. juni 1999 PDF (1999-07-03). Ministry of the Interior (Danish), pp. 2, 4, 15, 17. Retrieved on 2007-09-03.

2004

The 2004 European election was the sixth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 13 for Denmark. The opposition Social Democrats made major gains, mainly at the expense of Eurosceptic parties such as the June Movement.

The electoral coalitions were (A + F), (B + Q), (C + V), (J + N) with (O) by themselves. Compared to straight allocation by party, The People's Movement Against the EU gained one seat at the expense of the Conservative People's Party.


e • d Summary of the results of Denmark's 13 June 2004 election to the European Parliament
← 199920042009 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
Social Democrats (A) 618,412 32.6 16.1 Increase 5 2 Increase
Left Liberal Party (V) 366,735 19.4 4.0 Decrease 3 2 Decrease
Conservative People's Party (C) 214,972 11.3 2.8 Increase 1 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:June Movement/meta/color"| June Movement (J) 171,927 9.1 7.0 Decrease 1 2 Decrease
style="background-color: Template:Socialist People's Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| Socialist People's Party (F) 150,766 8.0 0.9 Increase 1 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:People's Party (Denmark)/meta/color"| People's Party (O) 128,789 6.8 1.0 Increase 1 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:Danish Social Liberal Party/meta/color"| Social Liberal Party (B) 120,473 6.4 2.7 Decrease 1 0 Steady
style="background-color: Template:People's Movement against the EU/meta/color"| People's Movement against the EU (N) 97,986 5.2 1 0 Steady
Christian Democrats (K) EPP 24,286 1.3 0 0 Steady
Valid votes 1,894,346 98.58
Blank and invalid votes 27,195 1.42
Totals 1,921,541 100.00 14 2 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 4,012,663 47.89 2.57 Decrease
Reference [4]

2009

e • d  Summary of the June 2009 European Parliament election results[5]
Parties and coalitions Votes Seats
Symbol Name (Danish name) European party No. % ±% No. ±
A Social Democrats (Socialdemokraterne) PES 503,439 21.49 -11.1 4 -1
V Liberals (Venstre, Danmarks Liberale Parti) ELDR 474,041 20.24 +0.8 3 ±0
F Socialist People's Party (Socialistisk Folkeparti) EGP observer 371,603 15.87 +7.8 2 +1
O Danish People's Party (Dansk Folkeparti) AEN 357,942 15.28 +8.5 2 +1
C Conservative People's Party (Det Konservative Folkeparti) EPP 297,199 12.69 +1.3 1 ±0
style="background-color: Template:People's Movement against the EU/meta/color"| N People's Movement against the EU (Folkebevægelsen mod EU) none (GUE/NGL group) 168,555 7.20 +2.2 1 ±0
bgcolor=Template:Danish Social Liberal Party/meta/color| B Danish Social Liberal Party (Det Radikale Venstre) 100,094 4.27 -2.2 0 -1
J June Movement (JuniBevægelsen) 55,459 2.37 -6.8 0 -1
I Liberal Alliance (Liberal Alliance) 13,796 0.59 N/A 0 N/A
Valid votes 2,268,688 96.86
Blank and invalid votes 73,440 3.14
Totals 2,342,128 100.00 13 1 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 4,059,385 57.70 Increase

Turnout figure includes blank and invalid votes, but these are excluded from the total.

References

External links

  • European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)
  • List of MEPs europarl.europa.eu
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