2004 European Parliament election in Denmark
The European Parliament election of 2004 in Denmark was the election of MEP representing Denmark constituency for the 2004–2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. The vote took place on 13 June. The opposition Social Democrats made major gains, mainly at the expense of Eurosceptic parties such as the June Movement.
14 seats to the European Parliament
|← 1999 • 2004 • 2009 →|
|National party||European party||Main candidate||Votes||%||+/–||Seats||+/–|
|Social Democrats (A)||618,412||32.6||16.1||5||2|
|Conservative People's Party (C)||214,972||11.3||2.8||1||0|
|June Movement (J)||171,927||9.1||7.0||1||2|
|Socialist People's Party (F)||150,766||8.0||0.9||1||0|
|People's Party (O)||128,789||6.8||1.0||1||0|
|Social Liberal Party (B)||120,473||6.4||2.7||1||0|
|People's Movement against the EU (N)||97,986||5.2||1||0|
|Christian Democrats (K)||EPP||24,286||1.3||0||0|
|Blank and invalid votes||27,195||1.42|
|Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout||4,012,663||47.89||2.57|
Note - seats are allocated first by the D'Hondt method to Electoral coalitions, which were (A + F), (B + Q), (C + V), (J + N) with (O) by themselves; then subsequently between the parties in each coalition. Compared to straight allocation by party, The People's Movement Against the EU gained one seat at the expense of the Conservative People's Party.