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European Parliament election, 2014 (Estonia)

European Parliament election in Estonia, 2014

25 May 2014

All 6 Estonian seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 36.52%[1]
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Taavi Rõivas Edgar Savisaar Urmas Reinsalu
Party
Alliance EPP
Last election 15.3% 1 seat 26.1% 2 seats 12.2% 1 seat
Seats won 2 1 1
Seat change 1 Increase 1 Decrease Steady
Popular vote 79,849 73,419 45,765
Percentage 24.3% 22.4% 13.9%
Swing 9% Increase 3.7 Decrease 1.7% Increase

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Sven Mikser Indrek Tarand Mart Helme
Party Independent
Alliance PES
Last election 8.7% 1 seat 25.8% 1 seat 2.2% no seats
Seats won 1 1 no seats
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 44,550 43,369 13,247
Percentage 13.6% 13.2% 4.0%
Swing 4.9% Increase 12.6% Decrease 1.8% Increase

The European Parliament election of 2014 in Estonia was the election of the delegation from Estonia to the European Parliament in 2014.

Results

 Summary of the results of Estonia's 25 May 2014 election to the European Parliament[2]
← 20092014 • 2019 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Reform Party (RE) ELDR Andrus Ansip 79,849 24.3 9.0 Increase
2 / 6
1 Increase
Centre Party (KESK) ELDR Edgar Savisaar 73,419 22.4 3.7 Decrease
1 / 6
1 Decrease
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (IRL) EPP Tunne-Väldo Kelam 45,765 13.9 1.7 Increase
1 / 6
0 Steady
Social Democratic Party (SDE) PES Marju Lauristin 44,550 13.6 4.9 Increase
1 / 6
0 Steady
Independent, Indrek Tarand Greens–EFA Indrek Tarand 43,369 13,2 12,6 Decrease
1 / 6
0 Steady
Conservative People's Party (EKRE) Martin Helme 13,247 4.0 1.8 Increase
0 / 6
0 Steady
Independent, Tanel Talve Tanel Talve 10,073 3.1 new
0 / 6
0 Steady
Independent, Silver Meikar Silver Meikar 6,018 1.8 new
0 / 6
0 Steady
Estonian Independence Party (EIP) Vello Leito 4,158 1.3 new
0 / 6
0 Steady
Others (parties or candidates that won less than 1% of the vote) 8,045 2.5
Valid votes 328,493 36.39
Blank and invalid votes 1,273 0,14
Totals 902,873 100.00
6 / 6
0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 329,766 36.52 7,36 Decrease

Elected Members of the European Parliament

Opinion polls

Date Polling Firm Centre Tarand Reform IRL SDE Greens Helme1 EKRE Klenski2 EIP Others
17 May 2014 TNS Emor 22 15 19 17 19 4 1.6 5
19 April 2014 TNS Emor 16 11 16 17 16 3
7 Jun 2009 Election Results 26.1 25.8 15.3 12.2 8.7 2.7 2.5 2.23 1.8 2.6

1 Not running independently in the elections.
2 Not running in the elections.
3 As People's Union of Estonia

Basic facts

Election Day: May 25

Advance voting days: May 15 to May 21

Internet voting days: May 15 to May 21

Abroad voting: by post and in embassies

Candidate deposit: 1775 EUR per candidate

Deposit reimbursement: After gaining 5% of votes

Number of mandates: 6

Number of districts: 1 national

Electoral system: PR open lists, d'Hondt method

Threshold: None

Minimum age of candidates: 21

Minimum age of voters: 18

See also

External links

  • National Electoral Committee
  • European Parliament Election Act

References

  1. ^ http://www.europarl.europa.eu/elections2014-results/en/country-results-ee-2014.html
  2. ^


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