European Parliament election, 2004 (Sweden)

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The European Parliament election of 2004 in Sweden was the election of MEP representing Sweden constituency for the 2004-2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. The vote took place on June 13. The ruling Social Democrats polled poorly, but virtually all the established parties lost ground to the eurosceptic June List.

Results[edit]

The map shows which European party group received the most votes in each municipality
e • d Summary of the results of Sweden's 13 June 2004 election to the European Parliament
← 199920042009 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
  Social Democratic Party (S) PES Inger Segelström 616,963 24.56 1.43 Decrease
5 / 19
1 Decrease
  Moderate Party (M) EPP Gunnar Hökmark 458,398 18.25 2.50 Decrease
4 / 19
1 Decrease
  June List (JL) EUD Nils Lundgren 363,472 14.47 new
3 / 19
3 Increase
  Left Party (V) NGLA Jonas Sjöstedt 321,344 12.79 3.03 Decrease
2 / 19
1 Decrease
  Liberal People's Party (FP) ELDR Cecilia Malmström 247,750 9.86 3.99 Decrease
2 / 19
1 Decrease
  Centre Party (C) ELDR Lena Ek 157,258 6.26 0.27 Increase
1 / 19
0 Steady
  Environmental Party (MP) EGP Carl Schlyter 149,603 5.96 3.53 Decrease
1 / 19
1 Decrease
  Christian Democrats (KD) EPP Anders Wijkman 142,704 5.68 1.96 Decrease
1 / 19
1 Decrease
  Sweden Democrats (SD) None Sten Andersson 28,303 1.13 0.8 Increase
0 / 19
0 Steady
Others (parties that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats)
0 / 19
0 Steady
Valid votes 2,512,069
Blank and invalid votes 72,395
Totals 2,584,464 100.00
19 / 19
3 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 6,827,870 37.85 0.99 Decrease
Source: Official results

The Insight Party, Struggle of the Union Citizens, International Integration Party, Vision Europe Party, International Integration Party, Republicans right and all the various lists of Bosse Persson had only one candidate on their lists. The Communist League had 4 candidates, but only got 2 votes.

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