European Parliament election, 2004 (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol)

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The European Parliament election of 2004 took place on 12–13 June 2004.

The Olive Tree was the most voted list in Trentino, while the South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP) came first as usual in South Tyrol. However the SVP lost many votes to the Greens, which had their best result ever, and to the Union for South Tyrol (UfS).

Results[edit]

Trentino

Parties votes votes (%)
The Olive Tree 93,719 37.7
Forza Italia 57,220 23.0
National Alliance 16,089 6.5
Lega Nord 15,813 6.4
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 11,509 4.6
Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party[1] 9,505 3.8
Communist Refoundation Party 8,816 3.6
Federation of the Greens 8,748 3.5
Bonino List 6,107 2.5
Italy of Values–Civil Society–Occhetto 5,439 2.2
Pensioners' Party 3,127 1.3
Party of Italian Communists 2,555 1.0
Others 9,793 3.9
Total 248,440 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior

South Tyrol[edit]

Parties votes votes (%)
South Tyrolean People's Party 117,009 46.7
The Olive Tree 33,034 13.2
Greens[2] 32,799 13.1
National Alliance 17,624 7.0
Forza Italia 17,192 6.7
Union for South Tyrol[3] 15,739 6.3
Bonino List 2,790 1.1
Greens Greens 2,592 1.0
Communist Refoundation Party 2,528 1.0
Others 9,340 3.7
Total 250,647 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior

  1. ^ In list with the South Tyrolean People's Party at the national level.
  2. ^ In alliance with the Federation of the Greens at the national level.
  3. ^ In alliance with Lega Autonomia Lombarda, Liga Fronte Veneto and Union for South Tyrol at the national level.