2014 European Parliament election in Slovakia
All 13 Slovak seats to the European Parliament
Elections to the European Parliament took place in Slovakia on 24 May 2014. It was the third European election which took place in Slovakia.
The 'faster processing of interim results' was promised by the Slovak Office for Statistics because of a new electronic counting system.
Turnout, at 13% of registered voters, was the lowest across the EU.
Main contesting parties
|Direction – Social Democracy||135,089||24.10||–7.92||4||–1|
|Christian Democratic Movement||74,108||13.22||+2.35||2||0|
|Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party||43,467||7.75||–9.23||2||0|
|Ordinary People and Independent Personalities||41,829||7.46||New||1||New|
|Freedom and Solidarity||37,376||6.67||+1.95||1||+1|
|Party of the Hungarian Community||36,629||6.53||–4.81||1||–1|
|Strana TIP - Tvoríme Inú Politiku||20,730||3.70||New||0||New|
|Slovak National Party||20,244||3.61||–1.05||0||–1|
|People's Party Our Slovakia||9,749||1.74||New||0||New|
|Law and Justice||9,322||1.66||New||0||New|
|Communist Party of Slovakia||8,510||1.52||–0.13||0||0|
|Party of Democratic Slovakia||8,378||1.49||New||0||New|
|Nation and Justice – Our Party||7,763||1.38||New||0||New|
|European Democratic Party||3,739||0.67||New||0||New|
|Christian Slovak National Party||3,631||0.65||New||0||New|
|Party of Modern Slovakia||2,851||0.51||New||0||New|
|7 Statočných Regionálna Strana Slovenska||2,696||0.48||New||0||New|
|Slovak People's Party||2,590||0.46||New||0||New|
|Direct Democracy–Christian People's Party||2,405||0.43||New||0||New|
|Civic Left Party||1,311||0.23||New||0||New|
|Democratic Civil Party||1,273||0.23||New||0||New|
|Hungarian Christian Democratic Alliance||1,170||0.21||New||0||New|
Winning party left-wing populist Smer-SD won 4 seats (Monika Beňová, Vladimír Maňka, Monika Smolková, Boris Zala, leader of Smer-SD in this election - Maroš Šefčovič became again European commissioner from Slovakia), Christian democratic KDH with 2 seats (Anna Záborská, Miroslav Mikolášik ), also liberal conservatives from SDKÚ-DS had 2 seats (Eduard Kukan, Ivan Štefanec), and 1 seats won conservative coalition NOVA-KDS-OKS (Jana Žitňanská, leader of united list of conservatives was Jozef Kollár but he wasn't elect), populist OĽaNO (Branislav Škripek, leader of list OĽaNO was Jozef Viskupič but he wasn't elect), liberal SaS (Richard Sulík, Ján Oravec as leader of list SaS wasn't elect), Hungarian minority conservative party SMK-MKP (Pál Csáky) and also Hungarian minority but more liberal and anti-Orbán party Most-Híd (József Nagy, Zsolt Simon as leader wasn't elect).
By European parliamentary group: