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Italian general election, 1992 (Sardinia)

The Italian general election of 1992 took place on 5 April 1992.

Christian Democracy was by far the largest party in Sardinia, largely ahead of the Italian Socialist Party and the Democratic Party of the Left.

Results

Chamber of Deputies

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 349,596 33.7 7
Italian Socialist Party 159,739 15.4 3
Democratic Party of the Left 148,251 14.3 3
Sardinian Action Party 69,615 6.7 1
Communist Refoundation Party 69,080 6.7 1
Italian Republican Party 54,366 5.2 1
Italian Social Movement 53,783 5.2 1
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 43,531 4.2 1
Italian Liberal Party 29,166 2.8 1
Federation of the Greens 24,338 2.3 -
Independentist Sardinian Party 15,106 1.5 -
Pannella List 10,340 1.0 -
Others 11,992 1.2 -
Total 1,038,903 100.0 19

Source: Ministry of the Interior

Senate

Parties votes votes (%) seats
Christian Democracy 256,381 30.2 4
Democratic Party of the Left 134.779 15.9 2
Italian Socialist Party 132,048 15.6 2
Sardinian Action Party 80,676 9.5 1
Communist Refoundation Party 63,291 7.5 -
Italian Social Movement 59,323 7.0 -
Italian Democratic Socialist Party 31,261 3.7 -
Federation of the Greens 27,958 3.3 -
Italian Republican Party 26,628 3.1 -
Italian Liberal Party 18,581 2.2 -
Independentist Sardinian Party 13,426 1.6 -
Others 3,781 0.5 -
Total 848,133 100.0 9

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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