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European Parliament election, 2014 (Czech Republic)

Results by district: ANO 2011 (blue), TOP 09 and STAN (purple), ČSSD (orange), KDU-ČSL (yellow) and KSČM (red)

The Czech Republic component of the 2014 European Parliament election was held on 24 and 25 May 2014. In total, 21 Members of the European Parliament were elected using proportional representation.

ANO 2011 won the election closely followed by the coalition of TOP 09 and STAN, themselves closely followed by ČSSD. A total of 7 parties gained seats, including the non-parliamentary Party of Free Citizens.[1] Election turnout was 18.2%, the second lowest of all participating countries after Slovakia.[2]

Results

Party Europarty Votes % +/– Seats +/–
ANO 2011 ALDE 244,501 16.13 New 4 New
Coalition of TOP 09 and STAN EPP 241,747 15.95 New 4 New
Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD) PES 214,800 14.17 -8.21 4 -3
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) EL 166,478 10.98 -3.20 3 -1
Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party (KDU-ČSL) EPP 150,792 9.95 +2.31 3 +1
Civic Democratic Party (ODS) AECR 116,398 7.67 -23.78 2 -7
Party of Free Citizens (Svobodní) EFDD 79,540 5.24 +3.98 1 +1
Czech Pirate Party (Piráti) None 72,514 4.78 New 0 0
Green Party (SZ) EGP 57,240 3.77 +1.71 0 0
Dawn of Direct Democracy (Úsvit) None 47,306 3.12 New 0 New
Party of Common Sense (Rozumní) None 24,724 1.63 -2.63 0 New
Communist Party of Czechoslovakia None 8,549 0.56 New 0 New
Right Bloc None 8,028 0.52 -0.48 0 0
SNK European Democrats None 7,961 0.52 -1.14 0 0
DSSS - SPE None 7,902 0.52 -0.56 0 0
Liberal Ecological Party None 7,514 0.49 New 0 New
No To Brussels - National Democracy None 7,109 0.46 New 0 New
LEV 21 None 7,099 0.46 New 0 New
Public Affairs None 6,989 0.46 -1.94 0 0
Moravané None 6,614 0.43 +0.04 0 0
VIZE 2014 None 3,698 0.24 New 0 New
Civic Conservative Party None 3,481 0.22 New 0 New
Labour Party - Disgruntled Citizens None 2,899 0.19 New 0 New
Czech Party Of Regions None 2,535 0.16 New 0 New
Koruna česká None 2,434 0.16 -0.03 0 0
Club of Committed Non-Party Members None 2,379 0.15 New 0 New
Republic None 2,240 0.14 New 0 New
Czech Sovereignty None 2,086 0.13 New 0 New
Hnutí Sociálne Slabých None 1,685 0.11 New 0 New
Citizens 2011 None 1,299 0.08 New 0 New
The Assets of Independent Citizens None 1,242 0.08 New 0 New
Roma Democratic Party None 1,185 0.07 New 0 New
Republican Party of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia None 1,100 0.07 New 0 New
Fair Play - HNPD None 1,100 0.07 -0.22 0 0
Antibursík - stop ekoteroru! None 761 0.05 New 0 New
The Party of Equal Opportunities None 640 0.04 New 0 New
Evropani.cz None 631 0.04 New 0 New
Czech National Social Party None 502 0.03 = 0 0
Total - 1,527,367 100 21 -1
Registered voters/turnout - 8,395,132 18.20
Source: [1]

† observer

Elected

The seats were given out within the parties to the candidates who received the preference votes, if number of preference votes exceeds 5% of votes for party (highlighted by bold), otherwise to the candidates by its order on party candidate list. 8 of 21 elected candidates are non-partisans (4 elected for ANO 2011, 3 for TOP 09 and STAN and 1 for ČSSD).

ANO 2011
  1. Pavel Telička50,784 votes
  2. Petr Ježek – 5,301 votes
  3. Dita Charanzova – 8 356 votes
  4. Martina Dlabajová – 4,789 votes
TOP 09 and STAN
  1. Jiří Pospíšil77,724 votes
  2. Luděk Niedermayer37,171 votes
  3. Jaromír Štětina18,951 votes
  4. Stanislav Polčák – 11,997 votes
ČSSD
  1. Jan Keller57,812 votes
  2. Olga Sehnalová10,955 votes
  3. Pavel Poc – 3,818 votes
  4. Miroslav Poche – 3,692 votes
KSČM
  1. Kateřina Konečná28,154 votes
  2. Miloslav Ransdorf14 384 votes
  3. Jiří Maštálka11,525 votes
KDU-ČSL
  1. Michaela Šojdrová22,220 votes
  2. Pavel Svoboda21,746 votes
  3. Tomáš Zdechovský – 5,063 votes
ODS
  1. Jan Zahradil19,892 votes
  2. Evžen Tošenovský16,514 votes
Svobodní
  1. Petr Mach13,211 votes

References

  1. ^ a b Czech Statistical Office: Elections to the European Parliament held on the territory of the Czech Republic on 23 – 24 May 2014
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