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European Parliament election, 1984 (West Germany)

Election for the 2nd European Parliament[1]

June 17, 1984 (1984-06-17)[1]

All 81 German seats in the European Parliament
Turnout 56.8%
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party CDU/CSU SPD Green
Seats before 42 35 0
Seats won 41 33 7
Seat change Decrease1 Decrease2 Increase7
Popular vote 11,417,541 9,296,417 2,025,972
Percentage 46.0% 37.4% 8.2%
Swing Decrease3.2% Decrease3.4% Increase8.2%

  Fourth party
 
Party FDP
Seats before 4
Seats won 0
Seat change Decrease4
Popular vote 1,192,624
Percentage 4.8%
Swing Decrease1.2%

The European Parliament election of 1984 in West Germany was the election of the delegation from West Germany to the European Parliament in 1984. Landtag Berlin elect 3 deputats (2 SPD, 1 CDU)

Results

Official election results:[2]

Party Votes % Seats
Christian Democratic Union (CDU) 37.5% 32
Social Democratic Party (SPD) 37.4% 32
Christian Social Union of Bavaria (CSU) 8.5% 7
The Greens (GRÜNE) 8.2% 7
Others 8.4% 0
Total 100% 81

References

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