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Italian general election, 1983 (Sardinia)

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Italian general election, 1983 (Sardinia)

The Italian general election of 1983 took place on 26 June 1983. Christian Democracy was the largest party in Sardinia.


Chamber of Deputies

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 306,660 31.7 6
Italian Communist Party 279,127 28.8 6
Italian Socialist Party 98,179 10.1 2
Sardinian Action Party 91,923 9.5 1
Italian Social Movement 60,670 6.3 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 37,253 3.9 1
Italian Republican Party 29,505 3.1 -
Pensioners' Party 16,128 1.7 -
Radical Party 15,121 1.6 -
Proletarian Democracy 14,598 1.5 -
Italian Liberal Party 14,353 1.5 -
Others 4,774 0.5 -
Total 968,291 100.0 17

Source: Ministry of the Interior


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 261,147 33.0 4
Italian Communist Party 241,571 30.5 3
Italian Socialist Party 87,410 11.1 1
Sardinian Action Party 76,797 9.7 1
Italian Social Movement 57,525 7.3 -
PSDIPRIPLI 49,270 6.2 -
Radical Party 11,822 1.5 -
Others 5,678 0.7 -
Total 791,220 100.0 9

Source: Ministry of the Interior

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