Political Quirks - Election results

Posts in the Election results category.

Small fry 24/3

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DENK, Election results, Formation, FvD, Van der Staaij, Wilders

A wrap-up of this week. None of these points are terribly important, but they show that Dutch politics are returning to their stable, somewhat boring, default status after the highs of internationally-covered elections.

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Where the Dutch elections stand right now

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Coalitions, Election results, Polls, Rutte, Wilders

With less than two days to go before the election, here’s the state of the race, with a quick introduction for the benefit of those readers tuning in only now.

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Preliminary election results

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Coalitions, Election results, PvdA, VVD

Preliminary election results:

  1. VVD: 41
  2. PvdA: 39
  3. SP: 15
  4. PVV: 15
  5. CDA: 13
  6. D66: 12
  7. CU: 5
  8. GL: 3
  9. SGP: 3
  10. 50Plus: 2
  11. PvdD: 2

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Provincial scores

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Election results

I’ve entered the 2010 provincial scores, and am studying the results ever since.

The most obviously interesting point is that the PVV became by far the largest party in Limburg. Also, the VVD has become the largest party in Gelderland and Noord-Brabant for the first time, while the CDA became largest only in Overijssel.

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Results after 98%

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Election results

98% of the votes have been counted, and there are some slight shifts relative to yesterday night. Wilders’s PVV wins two extra seats for a total of 24. PvdA, GL, and SP each lose one seat relative to yesterday, while the PvdD remains stable at 2 seats instead of losing one.

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