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Italian general election, 1987 (Sardinia)

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Italian general election, 1987 (Sardinia)

The Italian general election of 1987 took place on 14 June 1987.

Christian Democracy was by far the largest party in Sardinia. The Sardinian Action Party had its best result in a general election, gaining two deputies and one senator.


Chamber of Deputies

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 354,312 34.3 7
Italian Communist Party 262,170 25.3 5
Sardinian Action Party 123,678 12.0 2
Italian Socialist Party 118,329 11.4 2
Italian Social Movement 48,551 4.7 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 32,017 3.1 1
Radical Party 27,091 2.6 -
Italian Republican Party 23,505 2.3 -
Proletarian Democracy 13,148 1.3 -
Green Lists 10,269 1.0 -
Italian Liberal Party 9,791 1.0 -
Others 11,617 1.1 -
Total 1,034,478 100.0 18

Source: Ministry of the Interior


Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 304,956 36.3 4
Italian Communist Party 236,678 28.2 3
Sardinian Action Party 118,589 14.1 1
Italian Socialist PartyPSDIPRPRIPLI 84,883 10.1 1
Italian Social Movement 50,778 6.1 -
Proletarian Democracy 12,863 1.5 -
Independentist Sardinian Party 11,818 1.4 -
Green Lists 10,265 1.2 -
Others 8,569 1.0 -
Total 839,399 100.0 9

Source: Ministry of the Interior

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