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2014 European Parliament election in France

The 2014 European Parliament election in France for the election of the 8th delegation from France to the European Parliament took place on 24 May 2014 in the overseas territories of France, and on 25 May 2014 in metropolitan France. The number of seats allocated to France increased to 74, compared to 72 in the 2009 election, as a result of the 2013 reapportionment of seats in the European Parliament.

European Parliament election in France, 2014

← 2009 24–25 May 2014 2019 →

All 74 French seats to the European Parliament
Turnout42.43%[1]
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Marine Le Pen Jean-François Copé Jean-Christophe Cambadélis
Party FN UMP PS
Alliance EAF EPP PES
Leader since 16 January 2011 19 November 2012 15 April 2014
Last election 3 27 14
Seats won 24 20 13
Seat change Increase21 Decrease7 Decrease1
Popular vote 4,711,339 3,942,766 2,649,202
Percentage 24.85% 20.80% 13.98%
Swing Increase18.55% Decrease7.08% Decrease2.50%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
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Leader François Bayrou Emmanuelle Cosse Jean-Luc Mélenchon
Party MoDem EELV FG
Alliance EDP Green Left
Leader since 1 December 2007 30 November 2013 18 November 2008
Last election 6 15 5
Seats won 7 6 4
Seat change Increase1 Decrease9 Decrease1
Popular vote 1,883,051 1,695,914 1,200,389
Percentage 9.94% 8.95% 6.61%
Swing Increase1.48% Decrease7.33% Increase0.13%

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Contents

Previous (2009—2014) MEPs by European Political GroupEdit

Opinion pollingEdit

Results by partiesEdit

e • d Summary of the results of France's 25 May election to the European Parliament
← 200920142019 →
National party European party European group Votes % +/– Seats +/–
National Front (FN) EAF Non-Inscrits* 4,712,461 24.86 18.52  
24 / 74
21  
Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) EPP EPP 3,943,819 20.80 7.07  
20 / 74
7  
Socialist Party (PS) + Radical Party of the Left (PRG)
Socialist Party (PS)
Radical Party of the Left (PRG)
PES S&D 2,650,357 13.98 2.5  
13 / 74
12 / 74
1 / 74

1  
1  
Democratic Movement (MoDem) + Union of Democrats and Independents (UDI)
Radical Party (PR)
Centrist Alliance (AC)
New Centre (NC)

Democratic Movement (MoDem)
EDP ALDE 1,884,565 9.94 [2]1.48  
7 / 74
1 / 74
1 / 74
1 / 74

4 / 74

1  
1  
2  

2  
Europe Écologie (EE) EGP Greens–EFA 1,696,442 8.95 7.33  
6 / 74
9  
Left Front (FG)

Alliance of the Overseas (AO-M)

PEL GUE/NGL 1,252,730 6.61 0.13  
4 / 74
1 / 74
1 / 74
1 / 74

1 / 74

1  
0  
0  

0  
Arise the Republic (DLR) EUD * 744,441 3.82 2.05  
0 / 74
0  
New Deal (ND) None * 549,734 2.90 new
0 / 74
0  
We Citizens (NC) None * 266,343 1.41 new
0 / 74
0  
Workers' Struggle (LO) None * 222,491 1.17 0.03  
0 / 74
0  
Independent Ecological Alliance (AEI) None * 211,759 1.12 2.51  
0 / 74
0  
Others 840,619 4.40
0 / 74
0  
Valid votes 18,955,636 95.96
Blank and invalid votes 797,504 4.04
Totals 19,753,140 100.00
74 / 74
0  
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 46,555,253 42.43 1.71  
Source: France-politique.fr and Ministry of the Interior

Results by electoral divisionsEdit

Results by departement
Results by communes (Metropolitan France)
  Left Front (FG)
  Regionalist parties

Participating partiesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results of the 2014 European elections - Results by country - France - European Parliament". Results of the 2014 European elections - Results by country - France - European Parliament.
  2. ^ only Democratic Movement (8.46)