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French legislative election, 1910

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French legislative election, 1910

The 1910 general election was held on 24 April and 8 May 1910.

Results

Popular Vote[1]

Party Votes % Votes
  Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party 3,312,002 38.83%
  Democratic Republican Alliance 1,257,314 14.74%
  French Section of the Workers International 1,091,934 12.80%
  Republican Federation 787,006 9.23%
  Conservatives 778,692 9.13%
  Popular Liberal Action 737,616 8.65%
  Independent Socialists 316,692 3.71%
  Nationalists 149,564 1.75%
  Others 72,566 0.85%
  Independent Radicals 23,339 0.27%
  Revolutionary Socialists 2,903 0.03%
  • Left-wing Opposition : 12.83%
  • Centre-left Majority : 57.55%
  • Right-wing Opposition : 28.76%

Parliamentary Groups [2]

Affiliation Party Seats
Left (Opposition)
  French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) 75
Centre-Left (Majority)
  Independent Socialists 24
  Republican, Radical and Radical-Socialist Party (PRRRS) 262
  Republicans of the Left 85
Right (Opposition)
  Republican Federation 59
  Conservatives and Right 60
  Popular Liberal Action 30
Total 595

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