Parliamentary elections were held in Austria on 7 October 1990. The Social Democratic Party won the most seats, and retained the grand coalition with the Austrian People's Party. Voter turnout was 86%.
183 seats in the National Council
92 seats needed for a majority
Results of the election, showing seats won by state and nationwide. States are shaded according to the first-place party.
|Socialist Party of Austria||2,012,787||42.78||80||0|
|Austrian People's Party||1,508,600||32.06||60||–17|
|Freedom Party of Austria||782,648||16.63||33||+15|
|Green Alternative–Freda Meissner-Blau List||225,084||4.78||10||+2|
|United Greens of Austria||92,277||1.96||0||0|
|Alliance of Welfare Beneficiaries||35,833||0.76||0||New|
|Communist Party of Austria||25,682||0.55||0||0|
|Christian Electoral Community||9,263||0.20||0||New|
|Christian Democratic Party||6,194||0.13||0||New|
|Grey Austrians' Election Platform||3,996||0.08||0||New|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|