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Italian general election, 2001 (Sardinia)

The Italian general election of 2001 took place on 13 May 2001.

The election was won in Sardinia by the centre-right House of Freedoms coalition, which won also nationally. Forza Italia was the most voted party with 30.2%.

Results

Chamber of Deputies

 
Coalitions Single-seat constituencies Proportional system Total
votes votes (%) seats Parties votes votes (%) seats tot. seats
House of Freedoms 449,633 45.2 9 Forza Italia 304,989 30.2 2 2 11
National Alliance 137,054 13.6 -
CCD-CDU 46,295 4.6 -
New Italian Socialist Party 10,590 1.1 -
The Olive Tree 431,798 43.4 5 Democrats of the Left 162,723 16.1 1 2 7
Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy 135,985 13.5 1
Party of Italian Communists 28,088 2.8 -
GreensSocialists 17,255 1.7 -
Communist Refoundation Party - - - Communist Refoundation Party 47,699 4.7 - - -
Sardinian Action PartySardinia Nation 40,692 4.1 - Sardinian Action PartySardinia Nation 34,412 3.4 - - -
Italy of Values 33,971 3.4 - Italy of Values 33,375 3.3 - - -
European Democracy 14,776 1.5 - European Democracy 19,335 1.9 - - -
Bonino List 12,213 1.2 - Bonino List 17,930 1.8 - - -
Others 12,233 1.2 - others 13,568 1.3 - - -
Total coalitions 995,316 100.0 14 Total parties 1,009,298 100.0 4 4 18

Source: Ministry of the Interior

Senate

 
Coalitions Single-seat constituencies Prop. Total
votes votes (%) seats seats seats
House of Freedoms 413,098 45.1 4 1 5
The Olive Tree 369,025 40.3 2 2 4
Communist Refoundation Party 36,830 4.0 - - -
Sardinian Action PartySardinia Nation 32,822 3.6 - - -
Italy of Values 27,971 3.1 - - -
European Democracy 13,601 1.5 - - -
Bonino List 13,376 1.5 - - -
Others 9,203 1.0 - - -
Total coalitions 915,926 100.0 6 3 9

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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