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Catalonian parliamentary election, 2010

Catalonian parliamentary election, 2010
Catalonia
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2006 ←
28 November 2010
→ 2012
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width="" colspan = 4 style="text-align: center" | All 135 seats in the Parliament of Catalonia
Turnout 58.78%
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Artur Mas José Montilla Alicia Sánchez-Camacho
Party CiU PSC-PSOE PPC
Leader since 2 December 2001 18 June 2000 6 July 2008
Last election 48 seats, 31.52% 37 seats, 26.82% 14 seats, 10.65%
Seats won 62 28 18
Seat change Increase14 Decrease9 Increase4
Popular vote 1,202,830 575,233 387,066
Percentage 38.43% 18.38% 12.37%
Swing Increase6.91% Decrease8.44% Increase1.72%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Joan Herrera Joan Puigcercós Albert Rivera
Party ICV-EUiA ERC C's
Leader since 23 November 2008 7 June 2008 9 July 2006
Last election 12 seats, 9.52% 21 seats, 14.03% 3 seats, 3.03%
Seats won 10 10 3
Seat change Decrease2 Decrease11 Steady0
Popular vote 230,824 219,173 106,154
Percentage 7.37% 7.00% 3.39%
Swing Decrease2.15% Decrease7.03% Increase0.36%
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On the left: Winning party map for each municipality.
  CiU hold
  CiU gain
  PSC hold
  ERC hold
  ERC gain
On the right: Map showing the winning party in each shire and the distribution of seats in every election boundary.
  CiU
  CiU (less >5%)
  PSC
  PP
  ICV
  ERC
  C's
  SI
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President of the
Generalitat de Catalunya
before election

José Montilla
PSC-PSOE

Elected President of the
Generalitat de Catalunya

Artur Mas
CiU

Elections to fill 135 seats of the Parliament of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Spain, were held on Sunday, 28 November 2010.

Electoral process

Electoral calendar[1]

Procoess Date Notes
Decree of the summon of the election 4 October 2010 Was signed by the President of the Generalitat and was official when published in the DOGC (5 October 2010)
Lottery in town councils about the members of the electoral ballots From 30 October to 3 November 2010 Objections could be presented until 13 November 2010
Display of the current electoral lists in the town councils and consulates From 11 to 18 October 2010 Only in this period of time can objections can be made
The Electoral offices announces the candidates who are going to participate in the election 1 November 2010 Until 15 October 2010 the political parties have to decide if they will form electoral alliances
Electoral campaign from 12 to 26 November 2010 From 23 to 27 November electoral opinion polls must not be published
Request of postal vote form 5 October to 18 November 2010 Postal vote requesrs in foreign countries could be made from 5 October to 30 October 2010
Reflection day 27 November 2010 No political campaigning allowed
Voting and provisional results 28 November 2010 The polling stations were open from 0900 until 2000
General counting From 1 December to 4 December 2010 From 5 December to 13 December the newly elected deputies will be announced
Constitution the new Parliament of Catalonia From 29 November to 18 December 2010 Start of the ninth legislature

Candidatures

Candidatures with current parliamentary representation

In bold, the candidate for the Presidency of the Generalitat. The parties are in order based on their current seats in the parliament:

Candidates by constituencies

Party Barcelona Tarragona Girona Lleida Notes
Convergence and Union (CiU) Artur Mas Josep Poblet i Tous Santi Vila i Vicente Albert Batalla i Siscart
Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC) José Montilla Xavier Sabaté i Ibarz Joaquim Nadal Joaquim Llena i Cortina
People's Party of Catalonia (PPC) Alicia Sánchez-Camacho Rafael Luna Vives Josep Enric Millo i Rocher Dolors López
Initiative for Catalonia GreensUnited and Alternative Left (ICV-EUiA) Joan Herrera Hortensia Grau Joan Boada i Masoliver Francesc Hilari Pané i Sans
  • Green (eco-socialist) and radical left.
Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC) Joan Puigcercós Sergi de los Ríos i Martínez Carme Capdevila i Palau Carmel Mòdol i Bresolí
Catalan Solidarity for Independence (SI) Joan Laporta Hèctor López Bofill Toni Strubell Francesc Xavier Segura i Riu
Citizens – Party of the Citizenry (C's) Albert Rivera Vicente Castillo David Liern Ángeles Ribes

Candidatures without parliamentary representation

In bold, the candidate for the Presidency of the Generalitat. In alphabetic order:

Candidates by constituencies

Candidatura Barcelona Tarragona Girona Lleida Observacions
Alternative of Government (AG) Montserrat Nebrera González - - -
Social Liberal Alternative (GN) - Jesus Garcia Hernández - -
Catalonian Sovereignty Bloc (Bloc.S.C.) - - - Enric Ainsa Puig
Democratic and Social Centre (C.D.S.) - Ramón Moncusí Giménez - Ana Garcia Claver
Reus Independent Coordinator (CORI) Ariel Abel Santamaria Matas Josep Maria Turcó Correcher Ramon Sans Ortoneda Misericòrdia Alegre Llaberia
  • This political party self-descrived as a "juantxi" (freak), and the artist Carmen de Mairena is a candidate in its Barcelona lists.
Democraticaweb (DW) - Francisco Javier Nieto Luna - -
From Below Esther Vivas i Esteve José Estrada Cruz Miquel Blanch i Solé Jordi Creus Expósito
  • Left-wing, anticapitalist and Catalanist candidature formed by Revolta Global, Corriente Roja and Lucha Internacionalista.
The Greens-European Green Group (EV) Josep Lluís Freijo Joan Oms i Llohis Josep Lluís Berdonces Serra Albert García Ventura
  • This coalition is formed by The Greens - Ecologist Alternative, The Greens - Green Option i The Greens - Green Group, and present candidatures to all the four Catalonian constituencies. This candidature seems to be like the French Europe Écologie.
Seats in BlankCitizens for Blank Votes (EB-CenB) Antoni Ramon Boixaderas Ireneu Aymí López Germán Rodríguez Ferrer Anna Mujal Colilles
Falange Española de las J.O.N.S. (FE DE LAS JONS) Antonio Sánchez Aguilar Jose Gil Gispert Pascual Sánchez Lorca José Mut Benavent
Gent Nostra (GN) Quim Romero Parcerisas - - -
Republican Social Movement (MSR) Jordi de la Fuente Miró Joan Antoni Llopart Senent Agustí Pagès Soler Jordi Garriga Clavé
  • Far-right, neo-fascist political party.
Peasants for the Catalonian Rural Dignity (PDR.cat) - - Jack Massachs i Domken -
Aragonese Party (PAR) - - - Maria Carmen Gil Beatove
  • Centre-right Aragonese regionalist party. It seeks to "defend the interests of the Aragonese people who live in Catalonia". The anti-Catalanist organization FACAO supports to this candidature.
Castillan Party (PCAS) Bernardo Casique Mozombite - - -
  • Candidature promoted by the Castillan Party.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transsexual and Heterosexual Party / All we are Equal (GLBTH/TSI) - Encarnación Mir Tarrason Pere Antoni Mir Tarrasón -
Party of the Pensioners in Action (PDLPEA) Agustí Soberano Canet Diego Martínez Blasco Albert Olivera Muxí Miquel Gómez Estrada
  • Created for defending the interests of the pensioners and the all society.
Party Against Bullfighting, Cruelty and Mistreatment to Animals (PACMA) Aida Gascón i Bosch Dora Casadó Alegria Deborah Parris Littler Estefania Bori Román
Communist Party of the Catalonian People (PCPC) Ferran Nieto Gasull José Juan Ferré Fornós Cristina Gil Uriarte Francesc Xavier Garcia Llop
Party of Justice and Progress (PJP) - - - José Mut Benavent
Humanist Party (PH) Maria Teresa Ruso Bernadó - - Pablo Serra Majadas
Party for Catalonia (PxCat) - - - Mateu Figuerola i Niubó
Family and Life Party (PFIV) Vicenç Vila Tomasa Jordi Consarnau Emilio Miquel Mompió Azemar Carles Llovera Calama
Left Republican Party - Republican Left (PRE-IR) Ramiro Manuel Gil Morel Luis Iglesias Pérez Enric Cardona García -
  • Catalonian branch of Republican Left, the political party of the former President of the Spanish Republic Manuel Azaña, this political party promotes the republicanism, the federalism, secularism and participatory democracy, with the objective of the proclamation of the Third Spanish Republic and the Catalonian State integrated ot the republican federation.
Internationalist Socialist Workers' Party (P.O.S.I.) Jose Francisco Domíngez Sevilla Eduardo Elias Arias Formatger Carlos Rivera Romero -
Pirates of Catalonia (PIRATA.CAT) Xavier Vila Espinosa Ester Galimany Guasch Daniel García Fornells Josep Jover Padró
  • Party that advocates for the free access to the culture, the knowledge and information. About the remaining issues, the party decided that the best form to choose it, is by direct democracy.
Platform for Catalonia (PxC) Josep Anglada Myriam Muñoz Sánchez Moisès Font Font Eduard Pallerola Mora
  • Far-right, Right-wing populist and regionalist candidature. This party signed an agreement of friendship with the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ).
For a World more Fair (PUM+J) Juan Jose Salbia Asensio Joan Ripollès Segura - Maria Carmen Gil Beatove
Independence Rally (RI) Rut Carandell i Rieradevall Ferran Pujol i Benlloch Joan Carretero Jaume Fernàndez i González
  • Independentist candidature, excision of Republican Left of Catalonia in April 2009. The political organizations Sum Independence and Catalonia Free State support it.
Catalan Solidarity for Independence (SI) Joan Laporta Hèctor López Bofill Toni Strubell Francesc Xavier Segura i Riu
  • Independentist candidature. Coalition formed by Catalonian Democracy, Solidarity for Independence, The Greens - Green Alternative, Catalonia Nation Independence, Catalonian Republican Party, National Liberation Socialist Party and independents.
Internationalist Solidarity and Self-management (SAIN) - Jordi Príncep Cabrera - -
Communist Unification of Spain (U.C.E.) Núria Suárez Hernández Antonio Barba Martí Francesc Sergio Ibáñez Laffort Ana Garcia Claver
Union, Progress and Democracy (UPyD) Antonio Robles Almeida María Paloma León Santos Cesareo Agustín Herrera Rodríguez Maria Cruz Hernandez Palacin
  • Social liberal, progressist and anti-Catalan nationalist.

Opinion polls

Opinion poll CiU PSC ERC PPC ICVEUiA C's RI SI UPyD PxC All others Not yet decided
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[2](07/2009) 23,8% 18,0% 8,4% 3,9% 6,9% 1,1% - - - - - -
Seat projection[3] 54 37 15 15 11 3 0 - - - - -
La Vanguardia[4](31 October 2009) 36,2% 25,1% 9,5% 11,2% 8,5% 0,7% 2,8% - - - - -
Seat projection 57-58 35-36 14-15 15-16 10-11 0 0-3 - - - - -
El Periódico de Catalunya[5](11 November 2009) 35,1% 25,1% 10,8% 9,4% 10,1% 1,2% 1,3% - - - 8,3% -
Seat projection 55-57 36-38 16-17 12-14 13-14 0 0 - - - - -
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[6](4 December 2009) 21,8% 15,7% 8,1% 4,8% 5,0% 0,8% 1,4% - - - 3,8% 13,4%
Seat projection[7] 56-57 36-38 17 15 10 0 0 - - - - -
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[8](26 February 2010) 23,0% 17,4% 7,6% 4,9% 5,6% 1,2% 1,0% - - - 0,6% 15,2%
Seat projection[9] 58 38 15 13 10 0 1 - - - - -
La Vanguardia[10](14 March 2010) 43,9% 23,9% 7,7% 10,4% 9,2% 0,1% 1,8% - - - - -
Seat projection 65-67 32-33 11-12 13-14 11-12 0 0 - - - - -
COPE Barometer[11](18 March 2010) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Seat projection 59 35 13 16 12 0 0 - - - - -
El Periódico de Catalunya[12](24 March 2010) 38,7% 23,0% 8,4% 9,8% 8,3% 1,5% 1,0% - - - 9,3% -
Seat projection 61-63 34-36 12-13 13-14 11-12 0 0 - - - - -
Antena 3[13](27 March 2010) 40,5% 23,9% - - - - - - - - - -
Seat projection 61-62 35-36 13-14 12-13 11-12 0 - - - - - -
Público[14](25 April 2010) 38,8% 28,2% 9,0% 7,2% 7,7% 1,9% 1,2% 0,8% 0,7% - - -
Seat projection 58-60 41-43 13 10 10-11 0 0 0 0 0 - -
Opinion poll CiU PSC ERC PPC ICVEUiA C's RI SI UPyD PxC All others Not yet decided
La Vanguardia[15](15 May 2010) 41,1% 23,5% 8,7% 10,5% 8,5% 1,4% 0,9% - - - 4,8% -
Seat projection 63-64 33-34 13 14 11 0 0 - - - - -
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[16](21 May 2010) 25,0% 17,5% 6,6% 4,3% 5,0% 1,1% 1,2% - - - 0,9% 17,0%
Seat projection[17] 65 36 13 12 9 0 0 - - - - -
El Mundo[18](2 June 2010) 36,1% 24,8% 9,5% 14,8% 5,7% - - - - - 9,5% -
Seat projection 57-59 35-38 12-15 20-22 5-7 - - - - - - -
El Periódico[19](19 June 2010) - - - - - 1,2% 1,3% - - 0,4% - -
Seat projection 65-67 30-32 12-13 13-14 10-12 0 0 0 0 0 - -
La Razón[20](5 July 2010) 40,4% 22,2% 9,2% 11,6% 10,5% 2,8% - - - - 3,2% -
Seat projection 60-61 32-33 12-13 15-16 13-14 0 - - - - - -
La Vanguardia[21](17 July 2010) 42,1% 23,1% 8,4% 10,7% 7,4% 2,4% 1,9% 1,9% - 0,6% 4,4% -
Seat projection 65-66 32-33 13 14 10 0 0 0 0 0 - -
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[22](30 July 2010) 25,3% 14,2% 6,0% 3,8% 5,6% 1,0% 0,6% - - - 0,9% 22,2%
Seat projection[23] 67-68 31-32 13 13 10 0 0 0 - - - -
La Vanguardia[24] (5 September 2010) 38,9% 21,1% 10,1% 11,2% 9,2% 2,6% 2,6% - 4,3%
Seat projection 60-61 31-32 15-16 15 12 0-3 0-3 0 0 0 -
El País[25](26 September 2010) 40,7% 19,2% 9,2% 12,5% 7,6% 3,6% 2,6% 2,6% - - - -
Seat projection 61 28 12 17 9 4 2 2 0 0 - -
RAC 1[26](26 September 2010) 41,6% 20,43% 7,97% 10,71% 7,27% 3,71% 1,04% 2,36% - 0,57% - -
Seat projection 63-65 30-31 10-11 15-16 9-10 3-4 0 0-3 - - - -
Opinion poll CiU PSC ERC PPC ICVEUiA C's RI SI UPyD PxC All others Not yet decided
El Periódico[27](3 October 2010) 40,5% 20,8% 8,4% 10,4% 7,2% 2,9% - 2,7% - - - -
Seat projection 63-65 30-31 12-13 14-15 9-10 2-3 0 0-2 0 0 - -
RAC 1[28](25 October 2010) 41,8% 19,5% 6,5% 8,6% 8,0% 3,8% 1,5% 2,3% - 1,0% 1,0% -
Seat projection 65-66 27-28 11-12 13 9-11 4 0 0-4 - 0 - -
La Razón[29](2 November 2010) 41,0% 21,6% 8,8% 11,9% 10,1% 2,9% - - - - 3,6% -
Seat projection 62-63 30-31 11-12 15-16 12-13 2-3 - - - - 0-2 -
Centre d'Estudis d'Opinió[30](5 November 2010) 24,4% 14,2% 7,4% 6,2% 5,2% 2,1% - 1,7% - - 2,5% 17,6%
Seat projection[31] 62-65 29-30 13-14 16 8-9 4 - 0 - - - -
CIS[32](12 November 2010) 38% 22,7% 10,2% 9,7% 8,2% 3,5% 1,2% 1,0% 0,1% 1,0% 1,5% 14,0%
Seat projection 59 33 15-16 13-14 11 3 0 0 - - - -
El Periódico[33](15 November 2010) 39,0% 21,3% 7,7% 10,8% 9,0% - - - - - - -
Seat Projection 62-63 31-32 11-12 14-15 11-12 3-4 - 0-2 - - - -
RAC 1[34](15 November 2010) 39,2% 20,1% 5,6% 10,5% 6,7% 3,2% 1,7% 2,8% - 0,7% 2,3% -
Seat projection 62-63 30-31 10-11 14-15 9-10 3 0-1 2-4 - 0 - -
Antena 3[35](20 November 2010) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Seat projection 59-60 30-32 10-11 15-16 11-12 4 - 3 - - - -
La Vanguardia[36](20 November 2010) 39,3% 20,1% 7,9% 10,1% 7,5% 4% - 2,4% - - - -
Seat projection 63-65 31-32 10-12 14 9-10 4 - 1 - - - -
El Mundo[37](21 November 2010) 40,4% 21,8% 8,1% 12,7% 8,1% 3% - 2,4% - - - -
Seat projection 61-64 30-32 11 17-19 9-10 3 - 1 - - - -
Opinion poll CiU PSC
PSOE
ERC PPC ICV-EUiA C's RI SI UPyD PxC All others Not yet decided
El País[38](21 November 2010) 39,5% 20,4% 7,0% 9,5% 6,9% 5,0% - 2,6% - - - -
Seat projection 64-65 30 8-9 13-14 10 6-7 - 1-3 - - - -
ABC[39](21 November 2010) - - - - - - - - - - - -
Seat projection 60-62 31 11 15-16 12-13 5 - 0-1 - - - -
Público[40](22 November 2010) 39,3% 22,2% 9,1% 8,5% 8,0% 4,1% - 2,9% - - - -
Seat projection 62 33 13 12 10 4 - 1 - - - -
La Razón[41](22 November 2010) 39,4% 21,8% 9,3% 11,4% 8,5% 3,2% - 1,8% - - 4,7% -
Seat projection 60-62 31-32 13-14 15-16 11-12 2-3 - - - - - -
El Periódico[42](22 November 2010) 39,1% 20,0% 7,5% 10,3% 8,0% 4,3% - 3,2% - - - -
Seat projection 63-64 30 11 14 10-11 4-5 - 0-4 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[43](23 November 2010) 39,2% 19,9% 7,5% 10,1% 8,2% 4,7% 0,9% 3,2% - 1,2% 5,1% -
Seat projection 63-64 29-30 11-12 13-14 10-11 5 - 0-4 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[44](24 November 2010) 39,5% 20,1% 7,3% 10,1% 8,4% 4,4% - 2,9% - - 7,3% -
Seat projection 64-65 29-31 10-12 13-14 10-12 4-5 - 0-2 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[45](25 November 2010) 39,5% 20,1% 7,3% 9,8% 9,0% 4,3% - 2,5% - - 7,5% -
Seat projection 64-65 29-31 10-12 13-14 11-12 4-5 - 0 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[46](26 November 2010) 39,9% 19,5% 7,0% 9,9% 9,5% 3,7% - 2,6% - - 7,9% -
Seat projection 65-67 29-30 10-11 13-14 11-13 3-4 - 0 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[47](27 November 2010) 39,2% 19,3% 7,2% 10,4% 9,9% 3,7% - 2,6% - - 7,7% -
Seat projection 64-66 29-30 10-12 14-15 12-13 3-4 - 0 - - - -
El Periòdic d'Andorra[48](28 November 2010) 40,0% 18,5% 7,4% 10,5% 10,2% 4,0% - 2,8% - - 6,6% -
Seat projection 65-67 27-28 10-12 14-15 12-14 4 - 0-2 - - - -

Electoral slogans

Pre-election campaign

Parties with current parliamentary representation

Parties without parliamentary representation

  • Alternative of Government:
    • «Liberals of Catalonia, we are here» («Liberals de Catalunya: ja som aquí»)
  • Republican Social Movement:
    • «We resist with you. Politicians? Make them unemployed!» («Resistim amb tu. Polítics? Enviem-los a l'atur!»)
  • Family and Life Party:
    • «And for you,...what is most important?» («I per a tu,...Què és el més important?»)
  • Party for Catalonia:
    • «Solutions to immigraton? Send us to the parliament of Catalonia!» («Solucions en immigració? Porta'ns al parlament de Catalunya!»)
  • Catalan Solidarity for Independence
    • «Make independence possible!» («Fem possible la independència!»)
  • Pirates of Catalonia:
    • «Have the right to decide everything!» («Tens dret a decidir-ho tot!»)
  • Independence Rally:
    • «Independence, Democracy and Employment» («Independència, Democràcia i Treball»)
      «Independence. Now yes.» («Independència. Ara sí, ara toca»)
  • Falange Española de las J.O.N.S
    • «More Spain, more work» («Més Espanya, més treball»)
    • «For the freedom of all Spain» («Per la llibertat de tota Espanya»)

Election campaign

The election campaign held from 12 November 2010 to 26 November 2010.

Parties with current parliamentary representation

Parties without parliamentary representation

  • Alternative of Government:
    • «Liberals of Catalonia, we are here» («Liberals de Catalunya: ja som aquí»)
  • Reus Independent Coordinator:
    • «Low cost politics» («Política Low cost»)
  • Republican Social Movement:
    • «We resist with you. Politicians? Make them unemploymed!» («Resistim amb tu. Polítics? Enviem-los a l'atur!»)
  • Family and Life Party:
    • «And for you,...what is most important?» («I per a tu,...Què és el més important?»)
  • Party for Catalonia:
    • «Solutions to immigration? Send us to the parliament of Catalonia!» («Solucions en immigració? Porta'ns al parlament de Catalunya!»)
  • Pirates of Catalonia:
    • «Have the right to decide everything!» («Tens dret a decidir-ho tot!»)
  • Independence Rally:
    • «Independence, Democracy and Employment» («Independència, Democràcia i Treball»)
      «Independence. Now yes.» («Independència. Ara sí, ara toca»)
  • Catalan Solidarity for Independence:
    • «Catalonia, the next state in Europe» («Catalunya proper estat d'Europa»)
  • Falange Española de las J.O.N.S
    • «More Spain, more work» («Més Espanya, més treball»)
    • «For the freedom of all Spain» («Per la llibertat de tota Espanya»)

Results

Summary of the 28 November 2010   2012 >
Party Popular vote Seats
Votes % +/– Seats +/–
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Convergence and Union" | Convergence and Union
Convergència i Unió - CiU
1,202,830 38.43 +6.91 62 +14
Socialists of Catalonia Party
Partit dels Socialistes de Catalunya - PSC
575,233 18.38 –8.44 28 –9
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="People's Party of Catalonia" | People's Party of Catalonia
Partit Popular Català - PPC
387,066 12.37 +1.72 18 +4
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Initiative for Catalonia Greens - United and Alternative Left" | Initiative for Catalonia Greens – United and Alternative Left
Iniciativa per Catalunya Verds – Esquerra Unida i Alternativa - ICV-EUiA
230,824 7.37 –2.15 10 –2
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Republican Left of Catalonia" | Republican Left of Catalonia
Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya - ERC
219,173 7.00 –7.03 10 –11
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Citizens – Party of the Citizenry" | Citizens – Party of the Citizenry
Ciutadans – Partido de la Ciudadanía - C's
106,154 3.39 +0.36 3 ±0
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Catalan Solidarity for Independence" | Catalan Solidarity for Independence
Solidaritat Catalana per la Independència - SI
102,921 3.29 N/A 4 N/A
style="width: 5px; background-color: ;" data-sort-value="Platform for Catalonia" | Platform for Catalonia
Plataforma per Catalunya - PxC
75,134 2.40 N/A 0 N/A
Other parties 139,310 4.45 0 ±0
Blank votes 91,631 2.93 +0.90
Total 3,130,276 100.00 135 ±0
Valid votes 3,130,276 99.29 –0.25
Invalid votes 22,354 0.71 +0.25
Totals and voter turnout 3,152,630 58.78 +2.74
Abstentions 2,211,058 41.22 –2.74
Electorate 5,363,688
Source: [1]

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