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Île-de-France (European Parliament constituency)

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Île-de-France (European Parliament constituency)

Election posters outside a polling station in the Île-de-France constituency during the 2014 European election.

In European elections, Île-de-France is a constituency of the European Parliament. It consists of the region of Île-de-France.



European Election 2009: Île-de-France
List Candidates Votes % ±%
UMP Michel Barnier
Rachida Dati
Jean-Marie Cavada
Marielle Gallo
Philippe Juvin
828,172 29.60
Europe Écologie Daniel Cohn-Bendit
Eva Joly
Pascal Canfin
Karima Delli
583,690 20.86
PS Harlem Désir
Pervenche Berès
379,908 13.57
MoDem Marielle de Sarnez 238,341 8.52
FG Patrick Le Hyaric 176,862 6.32
FN None 123,199 4.40
NPA None 97,454 3.48
Libertas None 91,814 3.28
Independent Ecological Alliance None 83,009 2.97
DLR None 68,333 2.44
Anti-Zionist List None 36,374 1.30
La Terre Sinon Rien None 28,768 1.03
LO None 20,748 0.74
CNIP None 11,700 0.42
Pour une France et une Europe plus fraternelles None 6,529 0.23
Solidarité - Liberté, Justice et Paix None 4,386 0.16
Cannabis Sans Frontière None 4,015 0.14
Eŭropo Demokratio Esperanto None 3,294 0.12
Liberal Alternative None 2,792 0.10
Citoyenneté Culture Européennes None 1,758 0.06
Alliance Royale None 1,317 0.05
Europe de Gibraltar à Jérusalem None 1,197 0.04
Newropeans None 1,058 0.04
Communistes None 1,050 0.04
Europe décroissance None 1,015 0.04
Union des gens None 755 0.03
Humanist Party None 582 0.02
Turnout 2,870,076 42.06


Brackets indicate the number of votes per seat won.
European Election 2004: Île-de-France
List Candidates Votes % ±%
PS Pervenche Berès
Harlem Désir
Anne Ferreira
Gilles Savary
Pierre Schapira
685,193 (137,038.6) 25.03
UMP Nicole Fontaine
Patrick Gaubert
Jacques Toubon
487,186 (162,395.33) 17.80
UDF Marielle de Sarnez
Bernard Lehideux
345,700 (172,850) 12.63
FN Marine Le Pen 234,893 8.58
The Greens Alain Lipietz 205,480 7.51
Movement for France Paul-Marie Coûteaux 166,573 6.08
PCF Francis Wurtz 165,311 6.04
Other Ecologist None 98,700 3.61
Rally for France None 82,282 3.01
Far-left None 76,110 2.78
Euro-Palestine None 50,037 1.83
Left Radical None 42,240 1.58
La France d'en bas None 35,177 1.29
Rassemblement des Contribuables Français None 16,885 0.62
Workers' Party None 14,088 0.51
National Republican Movement None 7,705 0.28
La terre, sinon rien None 6,222 0.23
Eŭropo Demokratio Esperanto None 5,765 0.21
Nouvelle Solidarité None 3,129 0.11
Vivre mieux avec l'Europe None 2,957 0.11
Diversité pour l'Europe None 1,476 0.05
Alliance Royale None 1,290 0.05
Nous sommes tous européens None 1,210 0.04
Union Française pour la Cohésion Nationale None 865 0.03
Parti Fédéraliste None 528 0.02
Action pour tous None 358 0.01
Parti Humaniste None 100 0.00
Parti des Socioprofessionnels None 48 0.00
Turnout 2,737,509 45.07

External links

  • European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)
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