1989 European Parliament election in Denmark
The European Parliament election of 1989 in Denmark was the election of the delegation representing the Denmark constituency for the 1989-94 term of the European Parliament and was part of the wider 1989 European Parliament election. The vote took place on 15 June.
16 seats to the European Parliament
|← 1984 • 1989 • 1994 →|
|National party||European party||Main candidate||Votes||%||+/–||Seats||+/–|
|Social Democrats (A)||417,076||23.3||+3.8||4||+1|
|People's Movement against the EEC (N)||338,953||18.9||-1.9||4||0|
|Conservative People's Party (C)||238,760||13.3||-7.5||2||-2|
|Socialist People's Party (F)||162,902||9.1||-0.1||1||0|
|Centre Democrats (D)||142,190||8.0||+1.4||2||+1|
|Progress Party (Z)||93,985||5.3||+1.8||0||0|
|Danish Social Liberal Party (B)||50,196||2.8||-0.3||0||0|
|Christian People's Party (Q)||47,768||2.7||-0.1||0||0|
|Blank and invalid votes||22,163||1.22|
|Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout||3,923,549||46.17||5.83|
Note - seats are allocated first by the D'Hondt method to Electoral coalitions, which were (A + B), (C + V), (F + N) and (D + Q) and the remaining parties by themselves; then subsequently between the parties in each coalition.