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Chronology of recent election turnout in Romania, new member states

de C.I.     HotNews.ro
Luni, 26 noiembrie 2007, 1:17 English | Politics

The low turnout reported in the first European elections that took place in Romania on Sunday was nothing exceptional among other EU countries and follows a trend that has been visible back home for years. As long as the EP elections are concerned, Romania falls in the lower ranks among EU member states in terms of turnout.

Romania is the seventh biggest country in the EU considering the number of seats it receives in the European Parliament (35), following Germany (99), Britain, France, Italy, Spain and Poland (54).


Turnout for the 2004 European elections

Under  30%:
Czech Republic             28, 3%
Poland                    20, 8%
Slovakia        16, 9%
Slovenia        28, 3%
Estonia            26, 8

30% to 50%:
Austria             42, 4%
Denmark       47, 9%
Finland           39, 4%
France              42, 7%
Germany         43, 0%
Hungary            38, 5%
Latvia             41, 3%
Lithuania            48, 3%
Netherlands             39, 3%
Portugal         38, 6%  
Spain             45, 1%
Sweden             37, 8%
United Kingdom 38, 9%

Over 50%:
Belgium              90, 8%
Cyprus               71, 1%
Greec             63, 4%
Ireland             59, 7%
Italy                73, 1%
Luxembourg       90, 0%
Malta               82, 3%


Bucharest turnout, 2004 elections:
First round: 52,38%
Second round: 51,31%

Bucharest turnout, May 2007 referendum to remove President Basescu from office:
41,02%






















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