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Monday, 26 May 2014

Euroelections: Syriza Comes First


 


Greece
Euroelections 2014
Difference 6/2012
Euroelections 2009
Party
%
Seats
Votes
%
%
Seats
Votes
Syriza
26.57
6
1,472,122
-0.32
4.70
1
240,898
New Democracy
22.75
5
1,261,354
-6.91
32.29
8
1,655,636
Golden Dawn
9.38
3
521,213
+2.46
0.46
0
23,566
PASOK-Elia
8.03
2
445,290
-4.25
36.64
8
1,878,859
Potami
6.61
2
365,575
+6.61
0.00
0
0
KKE
6.07
2
337,657
+1.57
8.35
2
428,283
Ind Greeks
3.45
1
191,205
-4.06
0.00
0
0
LAOS
2.69
0
149,484
+1.11
7.15
2
366,615
ΕΕΠ
1.46
0
80,144
+1.46
0.00
0
0
ΔΗΜΑΡ
1.21
0
66,772
-5.05
0.00
0
0
Others
11.80
0
654,874
+11.80
7.17
1
367,232
Bottom of Form

Notes

Abstention (inc Blanc vote spoiled etc)=remains high at 44% and the number one ‘party’ as it has done in most electoral conflicts of the last two decades

Syriza: went from 240k to roughly 1.5m votes ie  by a multiple x7 first time in Greek history the Left has won in an election

GD: had the highest increase of ALL parties from 0.46% in 2009 and 45k votes to 500k ie x10

KKE: Had 430k now dropped to 340k so around a third must have voted for Syriza despite the leaders wishes for its members to not vote Syriza anywhere even in run-offs with the Right in the Mayoral and Regional Governor Elections

Dimar (Dem Left): wiped out reaffirming the characterisation of its leader as being the Karatzaferi of the Left (ex-LAOS party which joined the bankster Papadimos govt and then got nothing in 2012

Syriza Satellites Split the Vote: Antarsya, Plan B, EPAM, EEK, OKDE, Drachma aggregated got around 3% ensuring total Syriza vote didn’t surpass 30%

Euroelections 2009: 3 top parties in 2009 (PASOK-ND-KKE) had a combined vote of 3.8m and around 75% of the total vote now that has been reduced to 1.9m votes ie a drop of 50% in actual votes and around 36% in votes.

If one then adds the total votes of ND and PASOK one sees they got around 16.5% of the current electorate (if one adds the inevitable electoral fraud they probably got around 10%) with their total votes being around 1.7m when ND on its own got that figure in 2009

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