International Election Results

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This page lists major elections recent and upcoming in Europe and around the world.

Data from Wikipedia unless stated.

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11 September – Norwegian Parliamentary Election. Major parties: Labour Party (left-wing), Conservative Party (center), Progress Party (right-wing)

Projection: toss-up between Labour and Conservative


24 September – German Federal Election. Major parties: CDU (center), SPD (left-wing), (left-wing), Green Party (left-wing), FDP (center), AfD (right-wing)

Projection: likely CDU win, but not majority

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Since April 2017

9 May – South Korean Presidential Election. Major parties: Democratic Party (left-wing), Liberty Korea Party (right-wing), People’s Party (centre-left to left-wing)

South Korean Presidential Election Results

CandidateParty%
Moon Jae-inDemocratic Party41
Hong Jun-pyoLiberty Party24
Ahn Cheol-sooPeople's Party21
Data and inspiration from wikipedia.org.

Result: Democratic Party Victory, gains for People’s Party


23 April and 7 May – French Presidential Election. Major parties: Socialist Party (left-wing), Republicans (center), National Front (right-wing)

French Election Results

CandidateParty NameRound 1 - %Round 2 - %
Emmanuel MacronForward2466
Marine Le PenNational Front2134
Francois FillonRepublican Party20--
Jean-Luc MelenchonUnbowed French Party20--
Data and table inspiration from en.wikipedia.org.

Result: EM Victory, gains for National Front and losses for Republicans


4 May – British Council Election. Major parties: Conservative Party (center to center-left), Labour Party (left-wing), LibDems (left-wing to far-left)

British Council Elections, 2017

PartyElected Council SeatsChange
Conservative Party1899+563
Labour Party1152-382
Liberal Democrats441-42
Scottish Nationalists431-7
Data and inspiration from wikipedia.org and bbc.com.

Result: Conservative Victory, losses for Labour and UKIP


Tables and data from en.wikipedia.org and/or NOS.