EU election: Early projected results and analysis | DW News

EU election: Early projected results and analysis | DW News

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The first projected results on how many seats each party group would have in the next European Parliament have been released. These figures are estimates in countries where polls are still open, and projections where voting has ended, and these are the current groupings in the European Parliament, not including a possible new far right group.
The leftist European United Left and Nordic Green Block take 46 seats so far.
The S & D social democrats get 148 seats.
The Greens have 68 seats
The liberal ALDE group would receive 79 seats.
The center-right European Peoples Party, the biggest group, takes 173 seats.
The Eurosceptic conservatives, the ECR, take 62 seats
The populists, the EFDD, take 57 seats
The ENF have 59 seats.
And the remaining 59 seats go to other smaller parties.

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23 thoughts on “EU election: Early projected results and analysis | DW News

  1. I am very happy to see populism bringing reality, common sense, and reduction of the authoritarian police state. I am a Libertarian Atheist Populist Hawk living in the USA and very much want to see sharia law outlawed in society. No mandatory respect for religion ever and no tax free status for religion.

  2. Brussels mouth piece flys the flag…..they are not listening to the people still…….the biggest issue this planet faces is human expansion …this has to halted …the planet cannot keep up with human demands ..we have already reached the saturation point and immigration compounds the problem ….every issue hinges on controlling human population and the reality is we have to reduce it over a period of time….it’s not even a hardship Just have small families 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧

  3. I think he's been taking lessons from Alistair Campbell on how to get a loss and make it look like an almost win

  4. every problem facing humanity is rooted in overpopulation immigration allows country's not to take responsibility for there poor governance and places in on targeted country's ,

  5. Good job Nigel and the Brexit Party voters!

    As an American, I find it bizarre UK and other European citizens are voting
    for MEPs who are not governing in their own country! This is what giving up
    your sovereignty looks like; your nation controlled by 20+ other countries'
    representatives in what was supposed to be strickly a "trade union". France
    and The Netherlands seem to also be turning away from this incremental march toward world government. I cannot imagine subordinating our Congress to a body with representatives from Canada and Mexico. The United States of America will never be folded up into a North American Union or give up the right to make our own bilateral trade deals ever again. Europeans relinquished their national
    independence, their currencies (except the UK), control over their borders and placed a regional government above their national parliaments and courts. What
    is extraordinarily sad is the number of people who still wish to remain in the
    EU! From America, congratulations Britain.

  6. The best indicator used by the electorate to determine if a party is for or against brexit is whether they are for or against a second referendum (which is effectively stopping brexit).

    This means the result in this election is leave 59% and remain 33%.

    Parties currently against a second referendum:
    Brexit 32%
    Labour 14%
    Conservative 9%
    UKIP 4%
    Total 59%

    Parties currently in favour of a second referendum:
    Lib Dem 19%
    Green 11%
    Change UK 3%
    Total 33%

  7. No surprise labour and the conservatives got hammered.
    We the British people voted and they ain’t doing the job they are paid for.
    SACK every MP in England.
    Never seen so much blatant self promotion at the cost of the country.

  8. In the referendum leave meant leave and stay meant stay no deals were mentioned yet May went on her crusade to beg the EU for a deal as a compromiseto keep the remain voters happy. Yet if the remainers get their way and have an illegal (in my view) 2nd referendum will we be going for revamped membership as a compromise for the leave voters, I think not. This whole sorry saga of corruption has been embarrassing to say the least!

  9. Im not sure how accurate it is but ive heard that the lib dems have won in london. However, and very fortunately for the rest of the country the brexit party are winning everywhere else that actually matters and i personally hope that the remoanies all get pissed off and once more keep us all entertained with their irrelevant complaining 😁 🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧

  10. It is about open immigration and the dissolution of each countries unque cultures, but keep burying your head in the sand and call people Far Right and racist and see what happens.

  11. Watching England disintegrating. The Scottish people have had enough of being tied to a corrupt country which still thinks it has an empire.
    We are Europeans, we are not English.


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