1994 Ålandic European Union membership referendum

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A referendum on European Union membership was held in the Åland Islands on 20 November 1994.[1] Although a referendum had been held in mainland Finland on 16 October, the islands held a separate vote as they were a separate customs jurisdiction.[1] EU membership was approved by 73.64% of voters.[1]


Choice Votes %
For 6,456 73.64
Against 2,311 26.36
Invalid/blank votes
Total 8,767 100
Registered voters/turnout 18,090 49.10
Source: Direct Democracy