Next Austrian legislative election

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Next Austrian parliamentary election

← 2019 No later than 2024

All 183 seats in the National Council
92 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
  Sebastian Kurz (2018-02-28) (cropped).jpg 2019 Pamela Rendi-Wagner (32995117698) (cropped).jpg Norbert Hofer - FPÖ-Neujahrstreffen 2019.JPG
Leader Sebastian Kurz Pamela Rendi-Wagner Norbert Hofer
Party ÖVP SPÖ FPÖ
Leader since 15 May 2017 25 September 2018 19 May 2019
Last election 71 seats, 37.5% 40 seats, 21.2% 31 seats, 16.2%

  Fourth party Fifth party
  Werner Kogler 2010 (cropped).jpg Beate Meinl-Reisinger 01 (cropped).jpg
Leader Werner Kogler Beate Meinl-Reisinger
Party Greens NEOS
Leader since 17 October 2017 23 June 2018
Last election 26 seats, 13.9% 15 seats, 8.1%

Chancellor before election

TBD

Elected Chancellor

TBD

A legislative election will be held in Austria in or before 2024, to elect the 28th National Council, the lower house of Austria's bicameral parliament.

Contesting parties[edit]

The table below lists parties represented in the 27th National Council.

Name Ideology Leader 2019 result
Votes (%) Seats
ÖVP Austrian People's Party
Österreichische Volkspartei
Christian democracy Sebastian Kurz 37.5%
71 / 183
SPÖ Social Democratic Party of Austria
Sozialdemokratische Partei Österreichs
Social democracy Pamela Rendi-Wagner 21.2%
40 / 183
FPÖ Freedom Party of Austria
Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs
Right-wing populism
Euroscepticism
Norbert Hofer 16.2%
31 / 183
Greens Green
The Greens – The Green Alternative
Green politics Werner Kogler 13.9%
26 / 183
NEOS NEOS – The New Austria and Liberal Forum
NEOS – Das Neue Österreich und Liberales Forum
Liberalism
Pro-Europeanism
Beate Meinl-Reisinger 8.1%
15 / 183

Opinion polls[edit]

Austrian Opinion Polling, 30 Day Moving Average, 2019-2024.png

See also[edit]