Portuguese local election, 2013

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Portuguese local elections, 2013
Portugal
2009 ←
29 September 2013 → 2017

All 308 Portuguese municipalities and 3,092[1] Portuguese Parishes
All 2,000 local government councils
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Leader António José Seguro Pedro Passos Coelho Jerónimo de Sousa
Party PS PSD CDU
Last election 132 mayors, 37.7% 139 mayors, 38.7% 28 mayors, 9.8%
Popular vote 1,835,288[2] 1,570,601[3] 552,690
Percentage 36.7% 31.4% 11.1%
Swing Decrease 1.0% Decrease 7.3% Increase 1.3%
Mayors 150[4] 106[5] 34
Mayors +/– Increase 18 Decrease 33 Increase 6
Councillors 929[6] 770[7] 213
Councillors +/– Increase 8 Decrease 103[8] Increase 39
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The Portuguese local election of 2013 took place on 29 September. The election consisted of three separate elections in the 308 Portuguese municipalities, the election for the Municipal Chambers, whose winner is elected mayor, another election for the Municipal Assembly, as well an election for the lower-level Parish Assembly, whose winner is elected parish president. This last will be held separately in the more than 3,000 parishes around the country. There was a reduction in the number of Parishes of more than 1000 parishes and, consequently, Parishes Assemblies and their respective leadership positions due to a local government reform undertaken by the Government led by Pedro Passos Coelho.

The process of submitting candidacies for these elections was marked by interpretation differences of the of limitation of mandates law, which prohibits a candidate, after serving three terms, to run for Mayor, Municipal Assemblies or Parish Assemblies. The controversy lied in the fact that the law does not state explicitly whether it prohibits reelection candidacies for the same municipality or parish, or if, on the contrary, the candidate is barred from seeking reelection for the same position in any municipality or parish. Candidates affected by this issue included Luis Filipe Menezes (PSD), running in Porto, and Fernando Seara (PSD/CDS–PP), who was standing in Lisbon.

This controversy ended on 5 September 2013 with the decision of the Constitutional Court considering only territorial the limitation of mandates and, there so, giving permission to mayoral candidates that had already serve three consecutive mandates to run for another municipality.[9]

The Social Democratic Party (PSD) was the biggest loser of these elections, as it lost almost a third of the municipalities that it held, although the PSD did gain several traditionally Socialist bastions like Braga and Guarda.

The Socialist Party (PS) won the largest number of municipal chambers in its history surpassing its previous best result in 2009. It also won the largest number of mayorships of any party in the history of Portugal.[10] Despite the Socialists victory however, the PS lost to the PSD the cities of Braga and Guarda and to the CDU in the cities of Loures, Beja and Évora. The PS also reconquered Coimbra and won in two large social democratic strongholds, Vila Real and Funchal.

The election was also marked by the strong electoral performances of various independent groups, which won several chambers. The most significant was the victory of independent Rui Moreira in Porto, who was supported by CDS-PP. The Democratic Unity Coalition increased its number of municipal chambers as well as its number of councilors by winning several chambers previously held by the Socialists, including winning back their historical stronghold of Loures. However, despite increasing their overall number of mayors, they also lost three chambers they won in 2009 to the Socialists; Chamusca, Crato, and Nisa. In Chamusca they had held the mayorship since 1979.

The People's Party (CDS-PP) broke a cycle of decline in local elections and won 5 municipalities, 4 more than in 2009. The Left Bloc suffered a heavy defeat, losing the only chamber they had, and electing fewer councillors than in 2009.

The turnout in these elections was the lowest ever, with 52.6% of voters casting their ballot.

Parties[edit]

The main political forces that will be involved in the election are:

1 The PSD and the CDS–PP will also form coalitions in several municipalities with the Earth Party (MPT) and the People's Monarchist Party (PPM).

Opinion polling[edit]

Municipality Date(s) Conducted Polling institute PSD PS CDS–PP CDU BE PSD
CDS–PP
PSD
CDS–PP
PPM
PSD
CDS–PP
PPM
MPT
Ind Others / undecided Lead
Lisbon 23–27 September Aximage 49.5% 7.9% 6.7% 31.7% 4.2% 17.8%
Vila Nova de Famalicão 19–27 September Pitagórica 30.3% 7.9% 4.5% 55.8% 1.5% 25.5%
Matosinhos 23–26 September Domp 6.8% 13.9% 1.6% 5.7% 0.5% 43.5% 28.0% 29.6%
Porto 23–25 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
26.9%
4
24.1%
4
10.5%
1
4.5%
30.4%[11]
4
3.6%
0.4%
Porto 21–25 September Aximage 27.5% 28.1% 8.3% 4.1% 29.2% 2.8% 1.1%
Vila Nova de Gaia 23–24 September GTriplo 23.2% 4.7% 2.8% 22.1% 21.9% 25.3% 1.1%
Barcelos 23–24 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
39.3%
5
1.9%
3.5%
36.7%
4 – 5
14.8%
1 – 2
3.8%
2.6%
Braga 22–24 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
39.0%
5
7.5%
0 – 1
43.8%
5 – 6
5.2%
4.5%
4.8%
Santa Cruz 22–23 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
41.1%
3
5.6%
48.1%
4
5.2%
7.0%
Porto 21–23 September Universidade Católica
Seats projection
26.0%
3 – 4
24.0%
3 – 4
9.0%
1
5.0%
0 – 1
31.0%[12]
4 – 5
5.0%
3.0%
Lisbon 21–23 September Universidade Católica
Seats projection
48.0%
9 – 10
11.0%
1 – 2
7.0%
1
26.0%
5
8.0%
22.0%
Leiria 21–23 September IPOM 31.4% 53.3% 4.0% 3.2% 4.4% 3.6% 21.9%
Vila Nova de Gaia 22 September Universidade Católica
Seats projection
32.0%
4
8.0%
0 – 1
5.0%
21.0%
3
29.0%[13]
3 – 4
5.0%
6.0%
Paços de Ferreira 21–23 September Gemeo 47.9% 43.5% 0.6% 1.9% 6.1% 4.4%
Porto 21–23 September IPOM 37.5% 26.6% 8.1% 5.0% 16.9%[14] 5.9% 10.9%
Valongo 19–22 September GTriplo 33.6% 28.9% 7.1% 3.9% 2.3% 24.3% 4.7%
Sintra 21–22 September Universidade Católica
Seats projection
30.0%
4 – 5
12.0%
1 – 2
5.0%
0 – 1
16.0%
2 – 3
30.0%[15]
3 – 4
7.0%
3.0%
Vila Nova de Gaia 20–22 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
29.0%
3 – 4
7.5%
0 – 1
3.3%
25.1%
3
30.8%[16]
3 – 4
4.3%
0.3%
São João da Madeira 18–21 September Domp 42.5% 33.5% 0.5% 8.3% 0.7% 7.0% 7.5% 9.0%
Matosinhos 20–21 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
14.4%
1 – 2
32.8%
4 – 5
4.1%
7.2%
0 – 1
3.6%
34.4%
4 – 5
3.5%
1.6%
Covilhã 18–20 September Domp 18.0% 37.4% 7.6% 1.3% 28.4% 7.3% 9.0%
Ourém 19–20 September IPOM 46.6% 3.3% 37.3% 10.4% 2.5% 9.3%
Vila Real 19–20 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
41.2%
4 – 5
41.9%
4 – 5
5.4%
5.1%
3.7%
2.7%
0.7%
Braga 18–19 September IPOM 36.7% 4.1% 47.5% 7.2% 4.4% 10.8%
Gondomar 18–19 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
48.0%
6
10.4%
1
4.6%
33.0%
4
4.0%
15.0%
Penafiel 17–19 September Gemeo 35.9% 3.5% 0.3% 57.0% 3.3% 21.1%
Alcobaça 17–18 September IPOM 47.3% 16.7% 10.4% 13.7% 4.2% 7.7% 30.6%
Guarda 17–18 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
44.2%
3 – 4
3.5%
3.3%
43.7%
3 – 4
5.3%
0.5%
Funchal 17–18 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
34.6%
4 – 5
30.8%
3 – 4
24.5%
2 – 3
7.4%
0 – 1
2.7%
3.8%
Bragança 15–17 September Pitagórica 45.4% 26.4% 1.5% 1.9% 1.7% 21.1% 2.1% 19.0%
Bragança 16–17 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
42.9%
3 – 4
32.1%
2 – 3
3.6%
3.3%
1.9%
13.1%
1
3.1%
10.8%
Aveiro 16–17 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
27.5%
3
5.0%
4.8%
42.9%
5
14.8%
1
5.0%
15.4%
São Vicente 13–16 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
50.0%
3
1.5%
1.1%
43.3%
2
4.1%
6.7%
Valongo 13–16 September Domp 39.9% 40.7% 1.5% 6.2% 6.7% 4.9% 0.8%
Marinha Grande 14–16 September IPOM 12.3% 38.4% 2.6% 15.7% 0.4% 22.0%[17] 8.6% 22.7%
Coimbra 13–15 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.6%
4
36.2%
4 – 5
6.8%
0 – 1
11.0%
1
7.6%
1
5.8%
3.6%
Vila Real 11–14 September Pitagórica 44.5% 42.1% 5.4% 3.3% 1.4% 3.3% 2.4%
Lousada 12–14 September Gemeo 44.4% 2.4% 50.0% 3.2% 5.6%
São Pedro do Sul 10–13 September GTriplo 31.3% 25.2% 2.1% 2.8% 38.6% 6.1%
Pombal 12–13 September IPOM 55.1% 29.2% 5.2% 4.4% 6.1% 25.9%
Sintra 12–13 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.5%
3 – 4
11.2%
1
6.5%
0 – 1
21.0%
3
26.6%[18]
3 – 4
9.2%
0.3%
Viana do Castelo 12–13 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.1%
2 – 3
50.9%
5 – 6
6.8%
10.9%
1
6.3%
25.8%
Cinfães 11–12 September Eurosondagem 36.6% 56.5% 3.7% 3.2% 19.9%
Viseu 11–12 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
48.0%
5
35.8%
4
7.0%
2.6%
3.5%
3.1%
12.2%
Mogadouro[A] 10–12 September IPOM 40.1% 17.1% 0.3% 42.5% 23.0%
40.6% 22.1% 5.3% 1.4% 30.6% 18.5%
Guimarães 10–11 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
48.0%
6
10.0%
1
3.8%
34.2%
4
4.0%
13.8%
Funchal 9–10 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
37.0%
4 – 5
31.0%
3 – 4
22.5%
2 – 3
6.5%
3.0%
7.0%
Lisbon 8–10 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
50.0%
9 – 10
11.0%
1 – 2
6.6%
1
26.9%
5
5.5%
23.1%
Batalha 7–9 September IPOM 59.1% 15.5% 11.9% 5.9% 7.6% 43.6%
Faro 5–7 September Sociologest 34.7% 8.2% 5.5% 39.0% 7.9% 4.7% 4.3%
Paredes 5–7 September Gemeo 56.0% 24.0% 6.0% 7.0% 1.0% 5.0% 32.0%
Porto de Mós 5–6 September IPOM 33.7% 58.7% 1.2% 0.6% 5.8% 25.0%
Vila Nova de Gaia 3–4 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
27.1%
3 – 4
9.4%
1
4.1%
24.5%
3
29.8%[19]
3 – 4
5.1%
1.3%
Faro 2–3 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
35.1%
3 – 4
10.0%
1
3.4%
34.7%
3 – 4
11.7%
1
5.1%
0.4%
Golegã 2–3 September Consulmark2
Seats projection
12.6%
49.0%
3
10.0%
25.8%
2
23.2%
Sintra 1–2 September Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.0%
3 – 4
12.4%
1 – 2
6.2%
0 – 1
21.0%
2 – 3
25.6%[20]
3 – 4
9.8%
0.8%
Matosinhos 25–30 August Pitagórica 10.0% 24.9% 1.7% 4.7% 1.5% 36.2% 20.8% 11.3%
Sintra 21–29 August Pitagórica 26.3% 6.8% 7.5% 23.5% 24.2%[21] 11.7% 2.8%
São Pedro do Sul 27–28 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
38.0%
3
42.5%
4
3.3%
7.0%
4.7%
4.5%
4.5%
Vale de Cambra 26–28 August IPOM 50.4% 9.4% 37.3% 2.8% 13.1%
Braga 27–28 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
39.1%
5
8.8%
1
42.9%
5
5.2%
4.0%
3.8%
Funchal 26–27 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
36.4%
4 – 5
28.8%
3 – 4
24.8%
3
6.9%
0 – 1
3.1%
7.6%
Loures 25–26 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
15.2%
2
38.0%
5
3.6%
33.2%
4
4.8%
5.2%
4.8%
Matosinhos 20–21 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
16.4%
2
31.0%
4
4.3%
7.6%
1
4.0%
32.9%
4
3.8%
1.9%
Évora 19–20 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.4%
2 – 3
34.6%
2 – 3
9.8%
0 – 1
19.5%
1 – 2
3.7%
2.2%
Cascais 18–19 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
28.7%
3 – 4
7.8%
1
5.2%
41.6%
5 – 6
12.9%[22]
1
3.8%
12.9%
Oeiras 13–14 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.2%
3
21.2%
3
5.9%
10.3%
1
4.0%
28.5%
4
4.9%
3.3%
Guarda 12–13 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
27.5%
2 – 3
5.0%
5.3%
30.2%
2 – 3
28.5%[23]
2 – 3
3.5%
2.5%
Santarém 11–12 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
42.2%
4 – 5
33.5%
3 – 4
2.5%
8.2%
0 – 1
2.3%
7.5%
0 – 1
3.8%
8.7%
Porto 6–7 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.1%
5
23.8%
3 – 4
8.5%
1
4.5%
28.1%[24]
3 – 4
3.0%
7.3%
Matosinhos 6–7 August GTriplo 24.0% 25.5% 0.5% 2.5% 2.0% 27.5% 18.0% 2.0%
Gondomar 5–7 August Eurosondagem 33.0% 7.1% 3.9% 13.1% 38.2% 4.7% 5.2%
Coimbra 5–6 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
34.1%
4 – 5
34.8%
4 – 5
6.3%
0 – 1
12.5%
1 – 2
8.5%
1
3.8%
0.7%
Lisbon 4–5 August Eurosondagem
Seats projection
50.5%
9 – 10
8.8%
1
6.3%
1
29.5%
5 – 6
4.9%
21.0%
São João da Madeira 26–29 July IPOM 33.7% 16.4% 1.3% 0.9% 0.9% 6.0% 40.9% 17.3%
Gondomar 15–26 July Domp 37.8% 7.1% 1.7% 14.9% 28.5% 10.0% 9.3%
Porto 24–25 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.5%
5
22.5%
3
8.4%
1
4.8%
28.8%[25]
4
3.0%
7.3%
Santa Maria da Feira 24–25 July IPOM 50.7% 35.4% 1.3% 3.0% 2.7% 1.5% 5.4% 15.3%
Braga 23–24 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
40.8%
5 – 6
7.0%
0 – 1
44.2%
5 – 6
4.4%
3.6%
3.4%
Vila Nova de Gaia 22–23 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
30.0%
3 – 4
7.7%
0 – 1
3.6%
24.8%
3
30.6%
3 – 4
3.3%
0.6%
Matosinhos 21–22 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
16.7%
2
30.9%
4
3.8%
8.4%
1
3.7%
33.0%
4
3.5%
2.1%
Aveiro 18–19 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.9%
2 – 3
4.9%
5.2%
41.2%
4 – 5
18.1%
2
4.7%
15.3%
Viseu 17–18 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
48.8%
5
38.8%
4
5.1%
2.2%
2.4%
2.7%
10.0%
Vila Real 16–17 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
41.0%
4 – 5
42.1%
4 – 5
4.3%
5.0%
5.2%
2.4%
1.1%
Lisbon 15–16 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
52.5%
9 – 10
9.0%
1
6.9%
0 – 1
27.5%
5 – 6
4.1%
25.0%
Sintra 14–15 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
26.0%
3 – 4
10.6%
1
7.4%
1
19.2%
2 – 3
28.5%[26]
3 – 4
8.3%
0.9%
Guimarães 12–14 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
49.6%
6
9.6%
1
4.2%
33.8%
4
2.8%
15.8%
Viana do Castelo 11–12 July Eurosondagem
Seats projection
23.6%
2
53.2%
6
7.5%
10.9%
1
4.8%
29.6%
Braga 8–14 July INTERCAMPUS 41.0% 7.0% 40.0% 4.0% 8.0% 1.0%
Sintra 29 June–4 July Aximage 28.4% 8.6% 14.8% 22.3%[27] 25.9% 6.1%
Porto 29–30 June IPOM 39.6% 24.9% 4.9% 4.7% 19.8%[28] 6.1% 14.7%
Aveiro 26 June–2 July Gemeo - IPAM 12.0% 1.0% 1.0% 41.0% 7.0% 38.0% 29.0%
Vinhais[A] 26–27 June Eurosondagem 27.2% 57.0% 7.2% 2.5% 1.2% 4.9% 29.8%
60.2% 33.6% 6.2% 26.6%
Loures[A] 21–25 June Eurosondagem 12.5% 43.2% 4.2% 30.1% 5.5% 4.5% 13.1%
12.9% 41.0% 3.8% 33.7% 4.9% 3.7% 7.3%
Chaves 19–20 June IPOM 32.9% 19.5% 2.6% 3.9% 4.3% 36.8% 13.4%
Matosinhos 20 May–6 June Domp 27.1% 6.3% 3.8% 12.0% 42.4% 8.6% 15.3%
Matosinhos 29–30 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
27.5%
3 – 4
8.0%
1
5.0%
16.7%
2
35.0%
4 – 5
7.8%
7.5%
Valongo 28–30 May Gemeo 32.0% 30.0% 8.0% 5.0% 2.0% 23.0% 2.0%
Aveiro 28–29 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.9%
3 – 4
4.9%
7.1%
48.0%
5 – 6
7.1%
15.1%
Viana do Castelo 27–28 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
25.0%
2 – 3
52.0%
5 – 6
5.7%
9.8%
1
7.5%
27.0%
Braga 26–27 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
41.1%
5
8.0%
1
43.3%
5
4.9%
2.7%
2.2%
Vila Nova de Gaia 23–26 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
32.2%
4
7.4%
0 – 1
3.8%
22.7%
2 – 3
30.7%
3 – 4
3.2%
1.5%
Oeiras 21–25 May Sociologest 41.5% 14.6% 6.5% 5.8% 2.9% 21.5% 7.2% 20.0%
Guimarães 22–23 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
51.0%
6
11.0%
1
2.2%
33.0%
4
2.8%
18.0%
Porto 20–22 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
33.0%
5
24.8%
3 – 4
10.2%
1
4.3%
25.0%
3 – 4
2.7%
8.0%
Viseu 19–20 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
50.0%
5 – 6
39.3%
3 – 4
3.6%
2.1%
2.6%
2.4%
10.7%
Lisbon 16–19 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
52.1%
9 – 10
8.6%
1
5.3%
0 – 1
30.0%
5 – 6
4.0%
22.1%
Vila Real 14–15 May Eurosondagem
Seats projection
44.2%
4 – 5
42.2%
4 – 5
5.3%
3.0%
2.8%
2.5%
2.0%
Braga 13–17 May IPOM 27.3% 3.8% 35.1% 1.7% 32.0% 7.8%
Lisbon 6–11 May Sociologest 49.7% 6.7% 4.7% 33.8% 5.1% 15.9%
Vila Nova de Gaia[A] 7–10 May IPOM 24.6% 23.5% 0.1% 2.1% 3.8% 45.8% 1.1%
15.7% 3.0% 3.1% 13.9% 15.9% 48.4% 0.2%
Porto 13–15 April IPOM 41.0% 21.8% 9.5% 6.0% 17.2% 4.4% 19.2%
Matosinhos[A] 13–19 March Eurosondagem 22.5% 47.3% 4.9% 10.3% 4.2% 10.8% 24.8%
16.8% 26.1% 4.1% 10.2% 4.5% 31.1% 7.2% 5.0%
Matosinhos[A] 25–30 January IPOM 8.8% 26.8% 1.2% 3.2% 1.4% 3.2% 55.4% 18.0%
4.0% 7.9% 39.4%[29] 48.7% 31.6%
Porto[A] 17–23 January IPOM 21.2% 15.8% 2.5% 1.9% 1.9% 4.2% 52.5% 5.4%
31.7% 13.5% 12.1% 42.6% 18.2%
2013
Guarda 10–12 December Eurosondagem 21.9% 54.8% 6.6% 7.6% 3.9% 5.2% 32.9%
Braga[A] 3–5 December Eurosondagem 41.7% 6.9% 4.1% 44.2% 3.1% 2.5%
39.6% 7.0% 4.6% 46.1% 2.7% 6.5%
Funchal 20–22 November Eurosondagem 41.6% 18.3% 16.0% 7.3% 4.2% 12.6% 23.3%
Santo Tirso 25 October–1 November Domp 10.3% 34.0% 1.0% 3.8% 2.5% 48.4% 23.7%
Santo Tirso 11–12 October Eurosondagem 29.6% 58.4% 4.2% 3.2% 2.4% 2.2% 28.8%
Braga 9–12 October Aximage 37.8% 3.5% 3.6% 42.6% 12.5% 4.8%
Felgueiras 2–3 October Eurosondagem 43.3% 1.7% 1.0% 52.5% 1.5% 9.2%
Penafiel 19–21 September Gemeo 27.4% 0.6% 1.7% 63.8% 6.4% 36.4%
Gondomar 17–21 September Aximage 49.3% 5.6% 7.4% 21.3% 16.4% 28.0%
Paredes 26–27 April Gemeo 70.0% 10.0% 7.0% 10.0% 60.0%
2012

A Survey where voters were first asked on which party or coalition they would vote and secondly, which candidate would they cast their ballot.

Results[edit]

Municipal Councils[edit]

National summary of votes and seats[edit]

Most voted parties or coalitions in each Municipality.
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 1,812,029 36.26 Decrease1.4 303 923 Increase2 149 Increase17
PSD 834,455 16.70 Decrease6.3 201 531 Decrease135 86 Decrease31
CDU 552,690 11.06 Increase1.3 288 213 Increase39 34 Increase6
Social Democratic / People's Party 379,110 7.59 Decrease2.1 73 154 Decrease3 16 Decrease3
Independents 344,531 6.89 Increase2.8 94 112 Increase45 13 Increase6
CDS–PP 152,073 3.04 Decrease0.1 143 47 Increase16 5 Increase4
BE 120,982 2.42 Decrease0.6 109 8 Decrease1 0 Decrease1
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 100,437 2.01 Increase2.0 6 11 Increase2 0 Steady0
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 94,015 1.88 Increase0.1 4 21 Increase6 2 Increase1
PSD / PPM 65,102 1.30 7 21 1
PSD / PPM / MPT 43,312 0.87 7 7 0
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 23,551 0.47 Decrease2.5 4 14 Decrease7 1 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 23,276 0.47 Increase0.3 27 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
PS / BE / PND / MPT / PTP / PAN 21,102 0.42 1 5 1
PSD / MPT / PPM 19,804 0.40 4 4 0
Party for Animals and Nature 16,233 0.32 8 0 0
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 9,299 0.19 7 1 0
PSD/ CDS–PP / PPM / MPT 8,918 0.18 Decrease1.1 4 4 Decrease5 0 Decrease1
Portuguese Labour Party 8,552 0.17 22 0 0
Earth Party 6,660 0.13 Decrease0.1 8 2 Steady0 0 Steady0
People's Party / Social Democratic 4,656 0.09 4 4 0
PPM / PND / PPV 3,634 0.07 1 0 0
National Renovator Party 3,002 0.06 Increase0.1 6 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP / MPT 2,931 0.06 Increase0.1 3 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
PS / PTP / PND / BE 2,157 0.04 1 1 0
Social Democratic / Earth Party 1,897 0.04 2 3 0
New Democracy 1,272 0.03 Decrease0.1 1 0 Decrease1 0 Steady0
PPM / PPV 856 0.02 1 0 0
People's Monarchist Party 455 0.01 Decrease0.0 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Portugal Pro-Life 338 0.01 1 0 0
Total valid 4,657,329 93.18 Decrease3.8 2,086 Increase8 308 Steady0
Blank ballots 193,471 3.87 Increase2.2
Invalid ballots 147,205 2.95 Increase1.7
Total (turnout 52.60%) 4,998,005 100.00 Decrease6.4
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais

Results by District[edit]

Aveiro[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Aveiro
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 119,007 33.48 Decrease2.8 19 53 Increase1 5 Steady0
PSD 114,943 32.34 Decrease4.1 15 56 Decrease6 9 Decrease2
CDS–PP 30,216 8.50 Increase1.3 15 13 Increase6 2 Increase2
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 16,694 4.70 4 5 1
CDU 14,503 4.08 Increase1.0 19 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / People's Party 12,152 3.42 Decrease6.2 2 6 Decrease8 1 Steady0
Independents 11,835 3.33 Increase1.5 4 5 Increase1 1 Increase1
BE 7,982 2.25 Decrease0.2 10 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 3,475 0.98 1 3 0
Workers' Communist Party 235 0.07 1 0 0
National Renovator Party 123 0.03 1 0 0
Total valid 319,031 93.16 Decrease3.8 141 Increase2 19 Steady0
Blank ballots 14,778 4.16 Increase2.3
Invalid ballots 9,527 2.68 Increase1.5
Total (turnout 54.18%) 343,483 100.00 Decrease6.6
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Beja[edit]

In Beja, despite gaining votes overall, the PS lost two mayorships to the CDU; Cuba, and the district's capital, Beja.

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Beja
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 36,702 44.50 Increase1.7 14 39 Decrease1 6 Decrease2
CDU 31,855 38.63 Decrease1.2 14 34 Increase1 8 Increase2
Social Democratic / People's Party 5,257 6.37 Increase4.3 11 2 Increase2 0 Steady0
Independents 2,465 2.99 Increase2.4 3 2 Increase2 0 Steady0
PSD 1,746 2.12 Decrease5.4 2 1 Decrease3 0 Steady0
BE 704 0.85 Decrease0.9 3 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 78,729 95.46 Decrease1.6 78 Increase1 14 Steady0
Blank ballots 2,134 2.59 Increase0.9
Invalid ballots 1,607 1.95 Increase0.7
Total (turnout 62.35%) 82,545 100.00 Decrease2.6
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Braga[edit]

In Braga, the PS gained the mayorship in Amares (from an Independent) and Barcelos (from a PSD/CDS-PP/PPM joint list), but lost two other mayorships, in Vieira do Minho and the capital city of Braga (to a PSD/CDS-PP joint list in Viera do Minho and a PSD/CDS-PP/PPM joint list in Braga.)

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Braga
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 190,815 38.76 Decrease4.3 14 49 Decrease6 7 Decrease1
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 70,632 14.35 Increase6.4 2 10 Increase5 1 Increase1
Social Democratic / People's Party 60,578 12.31 Decrease0.0 5 19 Increase3 2 Increase1
PSD 46,473 9.44 Decrease11.0 5 20 Decrease8 4 Steady0[30]
Independents 32,025 6.51 Increase3.7 6 9 Increase2 0 Decrease1
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 31,174 6.33 1 4 0
CDU 24,563 4.99 Increase0.4 14 2 Increase1 0 Steady0
BE 4,937 1.00 Decrease1.6 5 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 4,926 1.00 Decrease2.3 5 1 Decrease1 0 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 2,381 0.48 3 0 0
PPM / PPV 856 0.17 1 0 0
Earth Party 299 0.06 Decrease0.1 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 469,659 95.4 Decrease2.2 114 Steady0 14 Steady0
Blank ballots 14,377 2.92 Increase1.5
Invalid ballots 8,267 1.68 Increase0.8
Total (turnout 62.61%) 492,650 100.00 Decrease5.2
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Bragança[edit]

Bragança was one of the few districts where the PS had a net loss in mayorships, losing the mayorships in Freixo de Espada à Cinta and Torre de Moncorvo, but also gaining the mayorship in Mogadouro.

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Bragança
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 33,727 37.23 Decrease1.0 12 31 Decrease4 5 Decrease1
PSD 32,477 35.85 Increase4.5 8 26 Increase7 6 Increase1
Social Democratic / People's Party 6,350 7.01 Decrease7.4 3 7 Decrease6 1 Increase1[31]
CDS–PP 5,225 5.77 Increase0.6 6 3 Increase1 0 Steady0
Independents 3,308 3.65 Decrease1.5 1 1 Decrease2 0 Steady0
People's Party / Social Democratic 2,426 2.68 1 2 0
CDU 1,824 2.01 Increase0.2 12 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 442 0.49 Decrease0.0 3 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 92 0.10 1 0 0
Total valid 85,871 94.78 Decrease1.9 70 Decrease2 12 Steady0
Blank ballots 2,403 2.65 Increase1.1
Invalid ballots 2,327 2.57 Increase0.8
Total (turnout 60.14%) 90,827 100.00 Decrease3.2
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Castelo Branco[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Castelo Branco
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 47,590 44.33 Decrease0.3 10 35 Decrease1 7 Increase1
PSD 29,351 27.34 Decrease13.7 9 22 Decrease9 4 Decrease1
Independents 11,182 10.41 4 5 0
CDU 6,836 6.37 Increase2.2 11 1 Increase1 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 2,528 2.35 Decrease1.1 8 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 1,163 1.08 Decrease0.5 2 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / Earth Party 1,142 1.06 1 2 0
Portuguese Labour Party 331 0.31 1 0 0
Total valid 100,123 93.26 Decrease3.2 65 Decrease2 11 Steady0
Blank ballots 4,028 3.75 Increase1.7
Invalid ballots 3,215 2.99 Increase1.4
Total (turnout 57.98%) 107,486 100.00 Decrease4.5
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Coimbra[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Coimbra
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 89,884 42.24 Increase4.5 17 61 Increase5 12 Increase3
PSD 28,362 13.33 Decrease9.9 7 26 Decrease11 5 Increase1[30]
PSD / PPM / MPT 18,946 8.90 1 4 0
CDU 15,970 7.51 Increase1.9 17 3 Increase2 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / People's Party 13,966 6.56 Increase0.4 5 12 Steady0 0 Decrease2
PSD/ CDS–PP / PPM / MPT 8,918 4.19 4 4 0
Independents 8,766 4.12 Decrease2.6 4 4 Decrease1 0 Steady0
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 3,960 1.86 Decrease10.5 1 3 Decrease3 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 3,767 1.77 Increase1.4 8 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 2,260 1.06 Decrease1.8 5 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Party for Animals and Nature 925 0.43 1 0 0
Workers' Communist Party 838 0.39 2 0 0
Earth Party 555 0.26 1 0 0
Total valid 197,117 92.64 Decrease3.9 117 Steady0 17 Steady0
Blank ballots 9,777 4.60 Increase2.5
Invalid ballots 5,877 2.95 Increase1.8
Total (turnout 53.86%) 212,926 100.00 Decrease6.5
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Évora[edit]

The CDU won one of its most important victories in Évora,[32] recapturing the district's capital city, and historic CDU stronghold, of Évora. The CDU had held the city from 1979-1997, when it was captured by the Socialists. CDU General Secretary Jerónimo de Sousa flew in to Évora to celebrate with the city's incoming mayor, Carlos Pinto de Sá, on election night.

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Évora
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
CDU 32,153 38.50 Increase4.4 14 30 Increase4 6 Increase2
PS 27,767 33.25 Decrease6.6 14 31 Decrease5 5 Decrease2
Independents 9,217 11.04 Increase2.7 7 12 Increase3 3 Increase2
Social Democratic / People's Party 5,384 6.45 Increase4.8 4 3 Increase1 0 Steady0
PSD 2,922 3.50 Decrease7.5 7 2 Decrease3 0 Steady0
BE 991 1.19 Increase0.1 2 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 550 0.66 Decrease0.3 3 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
People's Party / Social Democratic 340 0.41 2 0 0
Total valid 79,324 94.99 Decrease2.1 78 Steady0 14 Steady0
Blank ballots 2,573 3.08 Increase1.2
Invalid ballots 1,615 1.93 Increase0.8
Total (turnout 58.05%) 83,581 100.00 Decrease3.7
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Faro[edit]

In Faro there was a massive upswing in support for the CDU, including having the only mayorship, Silves, that swung directly from the PSD to the CDU.

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Faro
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 65,434 36.71 Decrease4.7 16 51 Increase2 10 Increase3
PSD 44,208 24.08 Decrease7.5 14 33 Decrease10 4 Decrease3
CDU 20,919 11.74 Increase5.7 16 8 Increase7 1 Increase1
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 12,823 7.19 Decrease2.8 2 7 Steady0 1 Steady0
BE 7,707 4.32 Increase0.3 9 2 Increase1 0 Steady0
Independents 6,534 3.67 Increase2.7 7 2 Increase1 0 Steady0
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 4,082 2.29 2 1 0
CDS–PP 1,272 0.71 Decrease0.9 5 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP / MPT 730 0.41 1 0 0
Workers' Communist Party 364 0.20 Increase0.1 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Portugal Pro-Life 338 0.19 1 0 0
Total valid 164,602 92.71 Decrease3.3 104 Increase2 16 Steady0
Blank ballots 8,318 4.67 Increase1.9
Invalid ballots 5,325 2.99 Increase1.8
Total (turnout 47.57%) 178,312 100.00 Decrease9.1
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Guarda[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Guarda
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 41,150 39.72 Decrease6.8 13 36 Decrease3 6 Increase2
Social Democratic / People's Party 25,993 25.09 Increase15.7 5 16 Increase9 3 Increase2
PSD 19,937 19.24 Decrease13.3 9 25 Decrease9 4 Decrease2
CDU 3,262 3.15 Increase0.8 14 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 2,441 2.36 Increase0.4 6 2 Increase2 0 Steady0
Independents 2,231 2.15 Increase1.0 3 3 Increase2 1 Increase1
BE 871 0.84 Increase0.2 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 576 0.56 Increase0.4 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
People's Monarchist Party 455 0.44 1 0 0
Portuguese Labour Party 279 0.27 2 0 0
Total valid 97,195 93.82 Decrease2.6 82 Increase1 14 Steady0
Blank ballots 3,263 3.15 Increase1.4
Invalid ballots 3,144 3.03 Increase1.3
Total (turnout 61.74%) 103,844 100.00 Decrease3.2
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Leiria[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Leiria
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PSD 75,989 35.56 Decrease9.4 16 50 Decrease10 9 Decrease2
PS 71,804 33.60 Increase0.1 16 43 Increase5 6 Increase2
CDU 18,537 8.67 Decrease0.0 16 7 Decrease1 1 Steady0
CDS–PP 14,849 6.95 Increase1.8 15 5 Increase1 0 Steady0
Independents 7,131 3.34 Increase2.0 6 4 Increase4 0 Steady0
BE 3,830 1.79 Decrease0.7 6 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Earth Party 430 0.20 1 0 0
National Renovator Party 219 0.10 1 0 0
Total valid 192,789 90.22 Decrease6.0 109 Decrease3 16 Steady0
Blank ballots 12,649 5.92 Increase3.5
Invalid ballots 8,249 3.86 Increase2.5
Total (turnout 50.39%) 213,797 100.00 Decrease7.0
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Lisbon[edit]

The PS and CDU both won key victories in Lisbon. The PS retained the district (and national) capital of Lisbon, with the best result ever achieved by any political party in Lisbon,[33] and the CDU recaptured their historical stronghold of Loures from the PS.

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Lisbon
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 319,109 37.51 Decrease2.7 15 70 Increase1 9 Increase1
CDU 133,033 15.64 Increase3.2 15 27 Increase8 2 Increase1
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 68,101 8.01 2 6 0
Independents 63,081 7.42 Increase3.8 5 10 Increase5 1 Steady0
PSD 49,076 5.77 Increase1.6 5 19 Increase2 2 Decrease1
Social Democratic / People's Party 44,692 5.25 Increase0.2 3 12 Increase1 1 Steady0
BE 34,907 4.10 Decrease0.5 10 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
PSD / MPT / PPM 19,804 2.33 4 4 0
Workers' Communist Party 9,902 1.16 Increase0.6 7 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Party for Animals and Nature 9,418 1.11 3 0 0
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 7,253 0.85 Decrease14.1 2 4 Decrease11 0 Steady0[34]
CDS–PP 6,847 0.80 Increase0.2 4 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 5,125 0.60 4 0 0
PPM / PPV / PND 3,443 0.40 2 0 0
Portuguese Labour Party 3,172 0.37 Increase0.3 7 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
National Renovator Party 2,634 0.31 Increase0.2 4 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
New Democracy 1,272 0.15 1 0 0
Total valid 780,869 91.79 Decrease5.2 152 Increase16 15 Steady0
Blank ballots 39,778 4.68 Increase2.9
Invalid ballots 30,014 3.53 Increase2.3
Total (turnout 44.51%) 850,795 100.00 Decrease7.6
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Portalegre[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Portalegre
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 28,368 43.32 Decrease1.7 15 37 Decrease2 6 Steady0
CDU 11,306 17.26 Increase0.7 15 15 Increase2 2 Decrease1
PSD 10,115 15.44 Decrease7.8 11 22 Decrease1 6 Steady0
Independents 5,662 8.65 Increase3.4 4 4 Steady0 1 Increase1
Social Democratic / People's Party 2,704 4.13 Decrease0.8 3 1 Decrease1 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 1,599 2.44 Increase1.4 4 1 Increase1 0 Steady0
Earth Party 1,430 2.18 Increase1.9 1 1 Increase1 0 Steady0
PSD / PPM 686 1.05 1 0 0
BE 658 1.00 Decrease0.1 4 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 62,528 95.48 Decrease1.8 81 Steady0 15 Steady0
Blank ballots 1,599 2.44 Increase0.8
Invalid ballots 1,365 2.95 Increase0.9
Total (turnout 63.14%) 65,561 100.00 Decrease3.6
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Porto[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Porto
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 316,597 35.71 Increase1.3 18 71 Increase5 8 Increase2
Social Democratic / People's Party 130,219 14.69 Decrease12.7 7 29 Decrease10 4 Steady0[35]
Independents 125,325 14.14 Increase4.0 11 18 Increase3 2 Increase2
PSD 66,994 7.56 Decrease8.8 6 19 Decrease21 3 Steady0[30]
PSD / PPM 61,840 6.98 4 18 1
CDU 54,291 6.12 Increase1.3 18 5 Increase4 0 Steady0
PSD / PPM / MPT 24,366 2.75 1 3 0
BE 23,553 2.66 Increase0.1 13 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 14,198 1.60 Increase0.1 9 1 Steady0 0 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 3,056 0.34 Increase0.2 4 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Portuguese Labour Party 2,130 0.24 4 0 0
Total valid 822,569 92.78 Decrease4.6 164 Increase2 18 Steady0
Blank ballots 34,306 3.87 Increase2.4
Invalid ballots 29,705 3.35 Increase2.2
Total (turnout 55.82%) 886,823 100.00 Decrease7.8
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Santarém[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Santarém
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 80,363 37.51 Decrease0.1 21 61 Decrease3 13 Increase4
PSD 36,667 17.11 Decrease12.3 12 23 Decrease10 4 Decrease1
CDU 30,292 14.14 Increase1.9 21 23 Increase5 3 Steady0
Social Democratic / People's Party 19,220 8.97 Increase4.9 6 12 Increase5 1 Steady0
Independents 15,430 7.20 Increase1.1 11 8 Increase2 0 Steady0
BE 8,419 3.93 Decrease0.8 11 4 Decrease1 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 4,578 2.14 Decrease0.3 11 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Earth Party 1,369 0.64 1 0 0
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 1,162 0.54 1 1 0
Social Democratic / Earth Party 755 0.35 1 1 0
CDS–PP / MPT 210 0.10 Increase0.0 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 198,465 92.62 Decrease4.1 133 Steady0 21 Steady0
Blank ballots 8,906 4.16 Increase2.3
Invalid ballots 6,889 3.22 Increase1.8
Total (turnout 53.68%) 214,401 100.00 Decrease6.3
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Setúbal[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Setúbal
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
CDU 125,588 41.49 Decrease0.6 13 56 Increase4 11 Increase2
PS 78,909 26.07 Decrease2.1 13 36 Decrease1 2 Decrease2
PSD 25,504 8.43 Decrease2.8 9 7 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 16,694 5.51 Decrease1.1 11 2 Decrease1 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / People's Party 8,925 2.95 Increase1.6 3 3 Increase1 0 Steady0
Independents 5,963 1.97 Increase0.7 4 4 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 5,804 1.92 Decrease2.4 9 1 Increase1 0 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 5,150 1.70 Increase0.0 6 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Party for Animals and Nature 3,562 1.18 4 0 0
Portuguese Labour Party 1,699 0.56 4 0 0
Total valid 277,798 91.77 Decrease5.1 109 Increase4 13 Steady0
Blank ballots 13,736 4.54 Increase2.7
Invalid ballots 11,178 3.35 Increase2.4
Total (turnout 41.67%) 302,767 100.00 Decrease7.9
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Viana do Castelo[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Viana do Castelo
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 55,148 37.50 Decrease4.2 10 30 Decrease5 6 Steady0
PSD 45,600 31.00 Increase6.4 10 25 Increase2 2 Decrease1
CDS–PP 19,021 12.93 Decrease0.1 4 7 Increase1 1 Steady0
CDU 8,030 5.46 Increase1.6 10 1 Increase1 0 Steady0
Independents 7,570 5.15 Increase4.7 3 5 Increase1 1 Increase1
CDS–PP / MPT 1,991 1.35 1 0 0
Workers' Communist Party 744 0.51 1 0 0
Party for Animals and Nature 659 0.44 1 0 0
Total valid 138,754 94.34 Decrease2.6 68 Increase4 10 Steady0
Blank ballots 5,239 3.56 Increase1.7
Invalid ballots 3,087 2.10 Increase1.0
Total (turnout 57.32%) 147,288 100.00 Decrease3.4
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Vila Real[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Vila Real
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 54,731 40.74 Increase1.7 14 42 Increase3 8 Increase2
PSD 54,054 40.24 Decrease3.0 12 37 Increase3 6 Increase1
Independents 5,749 4.28 3 3 0
CDU 4,242 3.16 Increase0.6 14 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDS–PP 3,434 2.56 Decrease1.8 9 0 Decrease2 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / People's Party 2,870 2.14 Decrease5.9 1 2 Decrease9 0 Steady0[31]
People's Party / Social Democratic 1,890 1.41 1 2 0
BE 603 0.45 Decrease0.3 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Earth Party 145 0.11 Decrease0.1 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Workers' Communist Party 29 0.02 Steady0 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 127,747 95.09 Decrease1.9 86 Increase2 14 Steady0
Blank ballots 3,436 2.56 Increase1.0
Invalid ballots 3,161 2.35 Increase0.9
Total (turnout 57.79%) 134,541 100.00 Decrease2.9
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Viseu[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Vila Real
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 85,026 39.33 Increase3.1 24 70 Increase6 11 Increase3
PSD 63,998 29.60 Decrease12.9 15 52 Decrease17 10 Decrease1[30]
Social Democratic / People's Party 33,017 15.27 Increase5.9 9 26 Increase9 3 Steady0
CDS–PP 9,689 4.48 Increase0.3 14 2 Steady0 0 Steady0
CDU 5,954 2.75 Increase0.9 24 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 2,607 1.21 Increase0.2 6 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Independents 2,393 1.11 Increase0.1 2 2 Increase2 0 Steady0
Earth Party 234 0.11 Decrease0.4 1 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 202,918 93.86 Decrease3.1 152 Steady0 24 Steady0
Blank ballots 7,270 3.36 Increase1.9
Invalid ballots 6,000 2.78 Increase1.3
Total (turnout 57.03%) 216,465 100.00 Decrease5.4
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Madeira[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Madeira
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PSD 47,207 34.81 Decrease17.2 11 33 Decrease14 4 Decrease6
PS / BE / PND / MPT / PTP / PAN 21,102 15.56 1 5 1
CDS–PP 17,679 13.04 Increase4.7 9 8 Increase4 1 Increase1
Independents 16,738 12.34 Increase7.7 4 9 Increase6 2 Increase2
PS 11,636 8.58 Decrease9.1 7 13 Decrease1 3 Increase3
CDU 7,243 5.34 Increase0.8 11 1 Steady0 0 Steady0
Earth Party 2,198 1.62 Decrease1.9 1 1 Steady0 0 Steady0
PS / PTP / PND / BE 2,157 1.59 1 1 0
Party for Animals and Nature 1,657 1.22 3 0 0
Portuguese Labour Party 941 0.69 5 0 0
BE 516 0.38 Decrease2.2 5 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Total valid 129,074 95.17 Decrease2.1 71 Increase1 11 Steady0
Blank ballots 1,678 1.24 Increase0.2
Invalid ballots 4,870 3.59 Increase1.9
Total (turnout 52.52%) 135,676 100.00 Decrease2.5
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais
Azores[edit]
e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Councils elections results in Azores
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Councillors Mayors
# ± # ±
PS 56,977 46.62 Decrease0.3 19 62 Increase4 13 Increase2
PSD 38,149 31.22 Decrease12.5 14 33 Decrease17 4 Decrease3[30]
Social Democratic / People's Party 7,810 6.39 2 4 0
CDS–PP 3,205 2.62 Decrease1.6 6 3 Increase2 1 Increase1
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 2,729 2.23 1 3 0
PSD / PPM 2,414 1.98 1 3 0
CDU 2,105 1.72 Increase0.0 8 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
BE 2,070 1.69 Increase0.4 5 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
Independents 1,961 1.60 3 3 1
Total valid 117,420 96.08 Decrease1.7 111 Increase2 19 Steady0
Blank ballots 3,086 2.53 Increase1.3
Invalid ballots 1,702 1.39 Increase0.4
Total (turnout 54.01%) 122,364 100.00 Decrease2.8
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais

Results by municipality[edit]

The table shows the results in the 20 District capitals plus Vila Nova de Gaia, Sintra, Oeiras and Matosinhos cities with over 100,000 inhabitants which are not district capitals.[36]

Municipality Party Votes  % Seats +/-
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Aveiro
9 seats
PSD/CDS–PP 16,694 48.63% 5 Decrease1
PS 8,372 24.39% 3 =
Independent list 3,480 10.14% 1 Increase1
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Beja
7 seats
CDU 7,438 43.42% 4 Increase1
PS 7,135 41.65% 3 Decrease1
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Braga
11 seats
PSD/CDS–PP/PPM 44,571 46.71% 6 Increase1
PS 31,326 32,83% 4 Decrease2
CDU 8.355 8.76% 1 Increase1
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Bragança
7 seats
PSD 9,449 47.24% 4 =
PS 5,204 26.20% 2 =
Independent lists 3,308 16.54% 1 =
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Castelo Branco
9 seats
PS 16,104 61.87% 7 Decrease1
PSD 5,207 20.00% 2 Increase1
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Coimbra
11 seats
PS 22,631 35.51% 5 Increase1
PSD/PPM/MPT 18,946 29.73% 4 Decrease2
CDU 7,078 11,11% 1 =
Independent lists 5,906 9,27% 1 Increase1
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Évora
7 seats
CDU 11,776 49.30% 4 Increase1
PS 6,199 25.95% 2 Decrease1
PSD/CDS–PP 3,510 14,70% 1 =
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Faro
9 seats
PSD/CDS–PP/PPM/MPT 8,306 33.94% 4 Decrease1
PS 7,911 32.32% 4 =
CDU 3,122 12.76% 1 Increase1
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Funchal
11 seats
PS/BE/PND/MPT/PTP/PAN 21,102 39.22% 5 Increase3
PSD 17,450 32.43% 4 Decrease3
CDS–PP 7.828 14.55% 1 =
CDU 4.504 8.37% 1 =
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Guarda
7 seats
PSD/CDS–PP 12,222 51.43% 5 Increase3
PS 7,223 30.39% 2 Decrease3
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Leiria
11 seats
PS 26,166 46.31% 7 Increase2
PSD 15,735 27.85% 4 Decrease1
CDS–PP 2,639 4.67% 0 Decrease1
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Lisbon
17 seats
PS 116,425 50.91% 11 Increase2
PSD/CDS–PP/MPT 51,156 22.37% 4 Decrease3
CDU 22,519 9.85% 2 Increase1
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Matosinhos
11 seats
Independent lists 32,014 43.41% 6 Increase6
PS 18,629 25.26% 3 Decrease2
PSD 6,869 9.31% 1 Decrease1
CDU 5,396 7.32% 1 Increase1
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Oeiras
11 seats
Independent lists 23,071 33.45% 5 =
PSD 13,215 19.16% 3 Increase1
PS 12.638 18.32% 2 Decrease1
CDU 6,309 9.15% 1 =
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Ponta Delgada
9 seats
PSD 14,604 49.81% 5 Decrease1
PS 12,269 41.84% 4 Increase1
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Portalegre
7 seats
Independent lists 5,514 42.44% 4 Increase4
PS 3,104 23.89% 2 Decrease1
CDU 2,275 17.51% 1 =
PSD/CDS–PP 1,377 10.60% 0 Decrease3
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Porto
13 seats
Independent lists 45,411 39.25% 6 Increase6
PS 26,237 22.68% 3 Decrease2
PSD/PPM/MPT 24,366 21.06% 3 Decrease4
CDU 8,539 7.38% 1 =
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Santarém
9 seats
PSD 11,196 40.31% 4 Decrease3
PS 8,962 32.27% 4 Increase2
CDU 2,872 10.34% 1 Increase1
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Setúbal
11 seats
(2 more than in the 2009 elections)
CDU 16,801 41.93% 6 Increase1
PS 10,583 26.41% 3 Increase1
PSD/CDS–PP 5,150 12.85% 1 =
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Sintra
11 seats
PS 32,984 26.83% 4 =
Independent lists 31,246 25.42% 4 Increase4
PSD/CDS–PP/MPT 16,945 13.79% 2 Decrease4
CDU 15,362 12.50% 1 =
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Viana do Castelo
9 seats
PS 22,183 47.67% 5 =
PSD 12,361 26.56% 3 Decrease1
CDU 4,919 10.57% 1 Increase1
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Vila Real
9 seats
(2 more than in the 2009 elections)
PS 13,467 44.00% 5 Increase2
PSD 12,926 42.23% 4 =
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Vila Nova de Gaia
11 seats
PS 53,146 38.15% 5 Increase2
PSD/CDS–PP 27,813 19.97% 3 Decrease5
Independent lists 27,494 19.74% 3 Increase3
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Viseu
9 seats
PSD 21,402 46.37% 5 Decrease2
PS 12,386 26.84% 3 Increase1
CDS–PP 4,414 9.56% 1 Increase1

Municipal Assemblies[edit]

National summary of votes and seats[edit]

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Municipal Assemblies elections results
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Mandates
# ±
PS 1,746,819 34.95 Decrease1.7 2,659 Decrease196
PSD 813,835 16.28 Decrease5.9 1,588 Decrease536
CDU 599,029 11.98 Increase1.4 747 Increase96
Social Democratic / People's Party 376,056 7.52 Decrease1.8 493 Decrease29
Independents 325,724 6.52 Increase2.8 352 Increase128
CDS–PP 159,921 3.20 Decrease0.3 224 Decrease29
BE 157,686 3.15 Decrease1.0 100 Decrease39
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 106,725 2.14 Increase2.1 42 Increase36
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 88,393 1.77 Decrease0.0 72 Increase12
PSD / PPM 60,873 1.22 57
PSD / PPM / MPT 41,307 0.83 18
Party for Animals and Nature 23,776 0.48 5
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 22,420 0.45 Decrease2.5 37 Decrease28
PS / BE / PND / MPT / PTP / PAN 20,849 0.42 14
PSD / MPT / PPM 19,850 0.40 11
Workers' Communist Party 15,393 0.31 Increase0.2 2 Increase2
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 9,949 0.20 9
PSD/ CDS–PP / PPM / MPT 8,886 0.18 Decrease1.0 10 Decrease12
Earth Party 5,525 0.11 Decrease0.1 11 Decrease3
People's Party / Social Democratic 4,647 0.09 17
PPM / PND / PPV 4,451 0.09 0
Portuguese Labour Party 4,102 0.08 3
CDS–PP / MPT 3,384 0.07 Increase0.1 3 Increase3
National Renovator Party 3,247 0.06 Increase0.1 0 Steady0
PS / PTP / PND / BE 2,101 0.04 3
Social Democratic / Earth Party 2,008 0.04 8
New Democracy 1,505 0.03 Decrease0.1 0 Decrease5
PPM / PPV 1,046 0.02 0
People's Monarchist Party 445 0.01 Decrease0.0 2 Decrease3
Total valid 4,629,952 92.63 Decrease4.1 6,487 Decrease459
Blank ballots 215,489 4.31 Increase2.3
Invalid ballots 153,068 3.06 Increase1.8
Total (turnout 52.61%) 4,998,509 100.00 Decrease6.4
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais

Results by District[edit]

Parish Assemblies[edit]

National summary of votes and seats[edit]

e • d Summary of the 29 September 2013 Parish Assemblies elections results
Parties Votes % ±pp swing Candidacies Mandates Presidents
# ± # ±
PS 1,733,687 34.69 Decrease1.6 10,838 Decrease2,898 1,282 Decrease295
PSD 815,086 16.31 Decrease6.1 6,927 Decrease4,186 912 Decrease618
CDU 596,324 11.93 Increase1.0 1,973 Decrease293 170 Decrease43
Independents 478,273 9.57 Increase3.5 2,978 Increase305 342 Increase10
Social Democratic / People's Party 363,145 7.27 Decrease1.9 2,096 Decrease815 222 Decrease90
CDS–PP 139,304 2.79 Increase0.5 725 Increase33 50 Decrease3
BE 115,191 2.30 Decrease0.7 138 Decrease97 0 Decrease4
PSD / CDS–PP / MPT 111,571 2.23 Increase2.2 322 Increase293 18 Increase16
PSD / CDS–PP / PPM 81,096 1.62 Decrease0.2 453 Increase48 44 Increase8
PSD / PPM 55,186 1.10 251 21
PSD / PPM / MPT 44,661 0.89 91 6
PSD / MPT / PPM 19,908 0.40 39 2
PSD/ CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 19,397 0.39 Decrease2.5 88 Decrease296 3 Decrease28
PS / BE / PND / MPT / PTP / PAN 18,967 0.38 53 5
CDS–PP / MPT / PPM 8,966 0.18 12 0
PSD/ CDS–PP / PPM / MPT 8,344 0.17 Decrease0.9 44 Decrease124 2 Decrease13
Workers' Communist Party 8,003 0.16 Increase0.1 2 Increase2 0 Steady0
PPM / PND / PPV 4,729 0.09 0 0
Earth Party 4,569 0.09 Decrease0.1 18 Decrease29 0 Decrease2
People's Party / Social Democratic 4,303 0.09 63 5
Party for Animals and Nature 4,001 0.08 1 0
Portuguese Labour Party 2,681 0.05 1 0
New Democracy 2,670 0.05 Increase0.1 5 Increase2 0 Steady0
Social Democratic / Earth Party 2,123 0.04 27 1
PS / PTP / PND / BE 2,085 0.04 7 0
CDS–PP / MPT 1,610 0.03 Increase0.0 4 Increase1 0 Steady0
National Renovator Party 716 0.01 Increase0.0 0 Steady0 0 Steady0
People's Monarchist Party 549 0.01 Steady0.0 11 Increase8 0 Steady0
Portuguese Communist Party 57 0.00 0 0
PPM / PPV 47 0.00 0 0
Total valid 4,647,249 92.99 Decrease3.4 27,167 Decrease7,505 3,085 Decrease1,022
Blank ballots 194,978 3.90 Increase1.8
Invalid ballots 155,271 3.11 Increase1.6
Total (turnout 52.60%) 4,997,498 100.00 Decrease6.4
Source: Autárquicas 2013 Resultados Oficiais

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DGAI - Reorganização Administrativa do Território das Freguesias - (RATF)
  2. ^ Sum of votes between PS-only lists and lists with other parties.
  3. ^ Sum of votes between PSD-only lists and lists with other parties.
  4. ^ Number of municipalities won between PS-only lists and lists with other parties. PS-only lists: 149; PS-coalition lists: 1.
  5. ^ Number of municipalities won between PSD-only lists and lists with other parties. PSD-only lists: 86; PSD-coalition lists: 20.
  6. ^ This accounts for seats won on PS-only lists and lists with other parties. The PS ran on joint lists in two municipalities in this election, and ran joint lists in no municipalities in 2009. In the municipalities where they ran on joint lists, those lists received a combined 6 seats.
  7. ^ This accounts for seats won on PSD-only lists lists and lists with other parties.
  8. ^ This decrease is also relative to the number of seats won on PSD-only lists and lists with other parties in 2009.
  9. ^ Público (5 September 2013). "Tribunal Constitucional dá luz verde aos candidatos autárquicos com três mandatos". Público (in Portuguese). Retrieved 8 September 2013. 
  10. ^ New relationship of trust between Portuguese people and PS, says Seguro. Expresso (in Portuguese.) Retrieved 30 September 2013.
  11. ^ Rui Moreira: 26.5%; Nuno Cardoso: 3.9%
  12. ^ Rui Moreira: 29.0%; Nuno Cardoso: 2.0%
  13. ^ José Guilherme Aguiar: 26.0%; Manuel Vieira Machado: 3.0%
  14. ^ Rui Moreira: 14.4%; Nuno Cardoso: 2.5%
  15. ^ Marco Almeida: 27.0%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 3.0%
  16. ^ José Guilherme Aguiar: 29.3%; Manuel Vieira Machado: 1.5%
  17. ^ Carlos Logrado: 11.6%; Aurélio Ferreira: 10.4%
  18. ^ Marco Almeida: 25.2%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 1.4%
  19. ^ José Guilherme Aguiar: 28.4%; Manuel Vieira Machado: 1.4%
  20. ^ Marco Almeida: 24.2%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 1.4%
  21. ^ Marco Almeida: 23.3%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 0.9%
  22. ^ Isabel Magalhães: 10.5%; João Sande e Castro: 2.4%
  23. ^ Virgílio Bento: 27.7%; Manuel Rodrigues: 0.8%
  24. ^ Rui Moreira: 24.8%; Nuno Cardoso: 3.3%
  25. ^ Rui Moreira: 25.2%; Nuno Cardoso: 3.6%
  26. ^ Marco Almeida: 26.9%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 1.6%
  27. ^ Marco Almeida: 6.5%; Barbosa de Oliveira: 0.4%
  28. ^ Rui Moreira: 16.2%; Nuno Cardoso: 3.6%
  29. ^ Guilherme Pinto: 23.5%; Narciso Miranda: 15.9%
  30. ^ a b c d e The PSD ran on joint lists this time in municipalities that they had previously won with PSD-only lists, this number only reflects municipalities where there were PSD-only lists in both 2009 and 2013.
  31. ^ a b The PSD ran on joint lists with the CDS-PP in more municipalities in 2009, but ran on PSD-only lists in those municipalities in 2013. This number only reflects municipalities where there were PSD/CDS-PP lists in both 2009 and 2013.
  32. ^ CDU recaptures Évora, Beja, and Loures | Público
  33. ^ "Lisbon: Costa claims historic victory (in Portuguese)". Expresso. 29 September 2013. Retrieved 15 November 2013. 
  34. ^ This joint list was not repeated in all municipalities where it participated in 2009; this number reflects municipalities where a PSD/CDS-PP/MPT/PPM list participated in both 2009 and 2013.
  35. ^ This joint list was not repeated in all municipalities where it participated in 2009; this number reflects municipalities where a PSD/CDS-PP list participated in both 2009 and 2013.
  36. ^ Autarquicas 2013 - Resultados Oficiais

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