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European Parliament election, 1989 (Denmark)

Denmark European Parliament election, 1989

15 June 1989
16 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 1989 in Denmark was the election of the delegation representing the Denmark constituency for the 1989-94 term of the European Parliament and was part of the wider 1989 European Parliament election. The vote took place on 15 June.


 Summary of the results of Denmark's 1989 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Social Democrats (A) 417,076 23.3 +3.8 4 +1
People's Movement against the EEC (N) 338,953 18.9 -1.9 4 0
Venstre (V) 297,565 16.6 +4.2 3 +1
Conservative People's Party (C) 238,760 13.3 -7.5 2 -2
Socialist People's Party (F) 162,902 9.1 -0.1 1 0
Centre Democrats (D) 142,190 8.0 +1.4 2 +1
Progress Party (Z) 93,985 5.3 +1.8 0 0
Danish Social Liberal Party (B) 50,196 2.8 -0.3 0 0
Christian People's Party (Q) 47,768 2.7 -0.1 0 0
Valid votes 1,789,395 98.78
Blank and invalid votes 22,163 1.22
Totals 1,811,558 100.00 16 1
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 3,923,549 46.17 5.83
References [1]

Note - seats are allocated first by the D'Hondt method to Electoral coalitions, which were (A + B), (C + V), (F + N) and (D + Q) and the remaining parties by themselves; then subsequently between the parties in each coalition.

Popular vote


  1. ^ Sørensen, Jens Adser (ed.) (1989). Folketingstidende. Årborg og registre. Folketingsåret 1988-89 (Danish). Copenhagen, J. H. Schultz forlag, pp. 27-28. ISBN 87-569-6641-5.
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