Carinthian state election, 2013

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The Carinthian state election of 2013 was held in the Austrian state of Carinthia on 3 March 2013.

The governing Freedom Party in Carinthia (formerly Alliance for the Future of Austria) saw its share of votes more than halved, the largest loss of votes for a governing party in post-World War II Austria. The Social Democratic Party of Austria emerged as the largest party, up 8% from the previous elections.[1]

Results[edit]

Party Votes +/− % +/− Seats +/−
  Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ) 120,396 +18,011 37.13% +8.39% 14 +3
  Freedom Party in Carinthia (FPK)** 54,634 -105,292 16.85% -28.04% 6 -11
  Austrian People's Party (ÖVP) 46,696 -13,259 14.40% -2.43% 5 -1
  The Greens – The Green Alternative (Grüne) 39,241 +20,905 12.10% +6.95% 5 +3
  Team Stronach (TS) 36,256 * 11.18% * 4 *
  Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZÖ)*** 20,745 * 6.40% * 2 *
  Pirate Party of Austria (PPÖ) 3,199 * 0.99% * 0 *
  Lebenswerte Partei Österreichs (LPÖ) 1,881 * 0.58% * 0 *
  Alliance Social Carinthia (ASOK) 747 * 0.23% * 0 *
  List Strong (STARK) 488 +280 0.15% +0,09% 0 ±0
Spoilt and null votes 6,924
Total (turnout 75.15%; -6.63%) 324,283 100.0 36
* Did not stand in previous election

** Ran as Alliance for the Future of Austria in 2009

*** Newly founded in 2010 following the 2009 split of renamed FPK

Source: Land Kärnten

Popular Vote
SPÖ
37.13%
FPK
16.85%
ÖVP
14.40%
GRÜNE
12.10%
STRONACH
11.18%
BZÖ
6.40%
PPÖ
0.99%
Other
0.95%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tanking Support: Austrian Right-Wing Populists Lose Ground". Spiegel Online. 4 March 2013. Retrieved 7 March 2013.