European elections 2019

The projected results for the new European Parliament show significant losses for the two main groups, the centre-right European People’s Party and the centre-left Socialists and Democrats.

They remain the largest groups but have lost their majority.

The Greens and Liberal groups have made gains, as well as the right-wing nationalist and populist groups.

The results for individual countries below are a mixture of projected and official figures, and are subject to change as more results are declared.

Follow live updates from across Europe here and get the latest detailed results from the UK here.

European Parliament results

  1. Centre-right (EPP)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    179
    − 42
    Vote share :
    22.1%
    − 4.6
  2. Socialists and Democrats (S&D)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    150
    − 41
    Vote share :
    19.6%
    − 7.3
  3. Liberals (ALDE)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    107
    + 40
    Vote share :
    13.0%
    + 4.1
  4. Greens (EFA)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    70
    + 20
    Vote share :
    11.1%
    + 3.4
  5. Right-wing nationalists (ENF)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    58
    + 58
    Vote share :
    8.8%
    + 8.8
  6. Conservatives (ECR)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    58
    − 12
    Vote share :
    6.9%
    − 1.1
  7. Populists (EFD)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    56
    + 8
    Vote share :
    8.2%
    + 1.1
  8. Left (GUE/NGL)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    38
    − 14
    Vote share :
    5.2%
    − 2.8
  9. Others
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    28
    + 28
    Vote share :
    3.8%
    + 3.8
  10. Independents (NI)
    Total
    Change
    MEPs:
    7
    − 45
    Vote share :
    1.2%
    − 5.5

Country Results

  • Austria MEPs: 18 down up
    1. EPP 7 +2
    2. S&D 5 +0
    3. ENF 3 +3
    4. EFA 2 −1
    5. ALDE 1 +0
    6. ECR 0 +0
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 −4

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 59.3%

  • Belgium MEPs: 21 down up
    1. EPP 4 +0
    2. ALDE 4 −2
    3. ENF 3 +3
    4. EFA 3 +1
    5. ECR 3 −1
    6. S&D 3 −1
    7. GUE/NGL 1 +1
    8. EFD 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 −1

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 89.0%

  • Bulgaria MEPs: 17 down up
    1. EPP 7 +0
    2. S&D 5 +1
    3. ALDE 3 −1
    4. ECR 2 +0
    5. EFA 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    The displayed results are based on an exit poll and may be updated as official results are declared

    Turnout: 30.8%

  • Croatia MEPs: 11 down up
    1. EPP 4 −1
    2. S&D 3 +1
    3. ECR 1 +0
    4. ALDE 1 −1
    5. EFD 0 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    8. EFA 0 −1
    9. Others 2 +2
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 29.7%

  • Cyprus MEPs: 6 down up
    1. EPP 2 +0
    2. GUE/NGL 2 +0
    3. S&D 2 +0
    4. ALDE 0 +0
    5. ECR 0 +0
    6. EFA 0 +0
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. ENF 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are final results

    Turnout: 45.0%

  • Czech Republic MEPs: 21 down up
    1. ALDE 6 +2
    2. EPP 5 −2
    3. ECR 4 +2
    4. ENF 2 +2
    5. GUE/NGL 1 −2
    6. EFA 0 +0
    7. EFD 0 −1
    8. S&D 0 −4
    9. Others 3 +3
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are final results

    Turnout: 28.7%

  • Denmark MEPs: 13 down up
    1. ALDE 5 +2
    2. S&D 3 +0
    3. EFA 2 +1
    4. EPP 1 +0
    5. GUE/NGL 1 +0
    6. ECR 1 −3
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. ENF 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 66.0%

  • Estonia MEPs: 6 down up
    1. ALDE 3 +0
    2. S&D 2 +1
    3. ECR 0 +0
    4. EFD 0 +0
    5. ENF 0 +0
    6. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    7. EFA 0 −1
    8. EPP 0 −1
    9. Others 1 +1
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 37.6%

  • Finland MEPs: 13 down up
    1. EPP 3 +0
    2. ALDE 3 −1
    3. EFA 2 +1
    4. ECR 2 +0
    5. S&D 2 +0
    6. GUE/NGL 1 +0
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. ENF 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are final results

    Turnout: 40.7%

  • France MEPs: 74 down up
    1. ENF 22 +22
    2. ALDE 21 +14
    3. EFA 12 +6
    4. EPP 7 −13
    5. GUE/NGL 6 +2
    6. S&D 5 −8
    7. ECR 0 +0
    8. EFD 0 −1
    9. Others 1 +1
    10. NI 0 −23

    The displayed results are based on an exit poll and may be updated as official results are declared

    Turnout: 51.0%

  • Germany MEPs: 96 down up
    1. EPP 29 −5
    2. EFA 22 +9
    3. S&D 16 −11
    4. EFD 11 +11
    5. ALDE 7 +3
    6. GUE/NGL 5 −3
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. ECR 0 −8
    9. Others 4 +4
    10. NI 2 +0

    The displayed results are based on an exit poll and may be updated as official results are declared

    Turnout: 61.5%

  • Greece MEPs: 21 down up
    1. EPP 9 +4
    2. GUE/NGL 6 +0
    3. S&D 2 −2
    4. ALDE 0 +0
    5. EFA 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. ECR 0 −1
    9. Others 2 +2
    10. NI 2 −3

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 57.9%

  • Hungary MEPs: 21 down up
    1. EPP 13 +1
    2. S&D 5 +1
    3. ALDE 2 +2
    4. ECR 0 +0
    5. EFD 0 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    8. EFA 0 −2
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 1 −2

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 43.4%

  • Ireland MEPs: 11 down up
    1. EPP 4 +0
    2. GUE/NGL 4 +0
    3. EFA 2 +2
    4. ALDE 1 +0
    5. EFD 0 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. ECR 0 −1
    8. S&D 0 −1
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    The displayed results are based on an exit poll and may be updated as official results are declared

    Turnout: 49.3%

  • Italy MEPs: 73 down up
    1. ENF 28 +28
    2. S&D 19 −12
    3. EFD 14 −3
    4. EPP 7 −10
    5. ECR 5 +5
    6. ALDE 0 +0
    7. EFA 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 −3
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 −5

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 56.1%

  • Latvia MEPs: 8 down up
    1. ECR 2 +1
    2. S&D 2 +1
    3. EPP 2 −2
    4. EFA 1 +0
    5. ALDE 0 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    8. EFD 0 −1
    9. Others 1 +1
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 33.6%

  • Lithuania MEPs: 11 down up
    1. EPP 3 +1
    2. EFA 2 +1
    3. S&D 2 +0
    4. ALDE 2 −1
    5. ECR 1 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    8. EFD 0 −2
    9. Others 1 +1
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 52.9%

  • Luxembourg MEPs: 6 down up
    1. ALDE 2 +1
    2. EPP 2 −1
    3. EFA 1 +0
    4. S&D 1 +0
    5. ECR 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 84.1%

  • Malta MEPs: 6 down up
    1. S&D 4 +1
    2. EPP 2 −1
    3. ALDE 0 +0
    4. ECR 0 +0
    5. EFA 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 72.6%

  • Netherlands MEPs: 26 down up
    1. S&D 6 +3
    2. ALDE 6 −1
    3. ECR 5 +3
    4. EPP 4 −1
    5. EFA 3 +1
    6. GUE/NGL 1 −2
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. ENF 0 +0
    9. Others 1 +1
    10. NI 0 −4

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 41.8%

  • Poland MEPs: 51 down up
    1. ECR 22 +3
    2. EPP 17 −6
    3. ALDE 2 +2
    4. EFD 2 +2
    5. S&D 2 −3
    6. EFA 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 5 +5
    10. NI 1 −3

    The displayed results are based on an exit poll and may be updated as official results are declared

    Turnout: 43.0%

  • Portugal MEPs: 21 down up
    1. S&D 10 +2
    2. EPP 7 +0
    3. GUE/NGL 3 −1
    4. EFA 1 +1
    5. ECR 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. ALDE 0 −2
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 31.0%

  • Romania MEPs: 32 down up
    1. EPP 14 −1
    2. S&D 10 −6
    3. ALDE 7 +6
    4. ECR 1 +1
    5. EFA 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 49.0%

  • Slovakia MEPs: 13 down up
    1. EPP 4 −2
    2. S&D 3 −1
    3. ALDE 2 +1
    4. ECR 2 +0
    5. EFA 0 +0
    6. EFD 0 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    9. Others 2 +2
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are final results

    Turnout: 22.7%

  • Slovenia MEPs: 8 down up
    1. EPP 4 −1
    2. ALDE 2 +1
    3. S&D 2 +1
    4. ECR 0 +0
    5. EFD 0 +0
    6. ENF 0 +0
    7. GUE/NGL 0 +0
    8. EFA 0 −1
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 28.3%

  • Spain MEPs: 54 down up
    1. S&D 20 +6
    2. EPP 12 −5
    3. ALDE 8 +0
    4. GUE/NGL 5 −6
    5. EFA 4 +0
    6. ECR 0 +0
    7. EFD 0 +0
    8. ENF 0 +0
    9. Others 5 +5
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 64.3%

  • Sweden MEPs: 20 down up
    1. EPP 6 +2
    2. S&D 5 −1
    3. ECR 3 +3
    4. ALDE 3 +0
    5. EFA 2 −2
    6. GUE/NGL 1 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. EFD 0 −2
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 0 +0

    These are provisional results and may be subject to change as official results come in

    Turnout: 53.3%

  • United Kingdom MEPs: 73 down up
    1. EFD 29 +5
    2. ALDE 16 +15
    3. EFA 11 +5
    4. S&D 11 −9
    5. ECR 4 −16
    6. GUE/NGL 1 +0
    7. ENF 0 +0
    8. EPP 0 +0
    9. Others 0 +0
    10. NI 1 +0

    This shows which groups the British parties will sit in in Europe. Detailed UK results here

    Turnout: 37.0%

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