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European Parliament election, 2014 (Sweden)

European Parliament election in Sweden, 2014

25 May 2014

All 20 Swedish seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 51.07%[1]
  First party Second party Third party
Leader Stefan Löfven Gustav Fridolin
Åsa Romson
Fredrik Reinfeldt
Alliance S&D Greens–EFA EPP
Last election 6 seats, 24.41% 2 seats, 11.02% 4 seats, 18.83%
Seats won 5 4 3
Seat change Decrease 1 Increase 2 Decrease 1
Popular vote 899,074 572,591 507,488
Percentage 24.19% 15.41% 13.65%
Swing Decrease 0.22% Increase 4.39% Decrease 5.18%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Leader Jan Björklund Jimmie Åkesson Annie Lööf
Alliance ALDE
Last election 3 seats, 13.58% 0 seats, 3.27% 1 seat, 5.47%
Seats won 2 2 1
Seat change Decrease 1 Increase 2 Steady 0
Popular vote 368,514 359,248 241,101
Percentage 9.91% 9.67% 6.49%
Swing Decrease 3.67% Increase 6.4% Increase 1.01%

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
Leader Jonas Sjöstedt Göran Hägglund Gudrun Schyman,
Stina Svensson,
Sissela Nordling Blanco
Alliance EUL–NGL EPP S&D
Last election 1 seat, 5.66% 1 seat, 4.68% 0 seats, 2.22%
Seats won 1 1 1
Seat change Steady 0 Steady 0 Increase 1
Popular vote 234,272 220,574 204,005
Percentage 6.3% 5.93% 5.49%
Swing Increase 0.65% Increase 1.26% Increase 3.27%

European Parliament elections in Sweden took place on 25 May 2014. At the election, twenty Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) were from the Swedish constituency. In the election, voters choose members of registered Swedish parties whose elected members then form political groups in the European Parliament, together with members of parties from other Member States with the same political affiliation.

Elected candidates

Moderate Party

Centre Party

Liberal People's Party

Christian Democrats

Social Democrats

Left Party

Green Party

Sweden Democrats

Feminist Initiative

Previous result

Distribution of Sweden's mandate during the previous election, Turnout was 45.53% [2] in 2009
Swedish party Seats/20 European party Seats/754
Social Democratic Party 6   Party of European Socialists 195
Moderate Party 4   European People's Party 275
Christian Democrats 1
Liberal People's Party 3   Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe 75
Centre Party 1
Green Party 2 European Green Party 45
Pirate Party 2 European Pirate Party 2
Left Party 1 Nordic Green Left Alliance 2


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