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Federal elections were held in Switzerland on 20 October 2019 to elect all members of both houses of the Federal Assembly.[1] They will be followed by the 2019 election of the Swiss Federal Council, the federal executive, by the United Federal Assembly.

2019 Swiss federal election

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All 200 seats in the National Council (101 seats needed for a majority)
All 46 seats in the Council of States (24 seats needed for a majority)
  First party Second party Third party
  Albert Rösti.jpg Christian Levrat (Nationalrat, 2007).jpg Petra Gössi.JPG
Leader Albert Rösti Christian Levrat Petra Gössi
Party Swiss People's Social Democrats FDP.The Liberals
Leader since 23 April 2016 1 March 2008 16 April 2016
Leader's seat Bern Fribourg Schwyz
Last election 65+5 seats, 29.4% 43+12, 18.8% 33+13 seats, 16.4%
Seats before 64 + 5 42 + 12 33 + 12
Seats won 53 + ? 39 + ? 29 + ?
Seat change Decrease12 Decrease4 Decrease4
Percentage 25.6% 16.8% 15.1%
Swing Decrease3.8pp Decrease2.0pp Decrease1.3pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Regula Rytz (cropped).jpg Gerhard Pfister (Nationalrat, 2007).jpg Jürg Grossen.jpg
Leader Regula Rytz Gerhard Pfister Jürg Grossen
Party Greens Christian Democrats Green Liberals
Leader since 21 April 2012 23 April 2016 26 August 2017
Leader's seat Bern Zug Bern
Last election 11+1, 7.1% 27+13, 11.6% 7+0, 4.6%
Seats before 11 + 1 26 + 14 8 + 0
Seats won 28 + ? 25 + ? 16 + ?
Seat change Increase17 Decrease2 Increase9
Percentage 13.2% 11.4% 7.8%
Swing Increase6.1pp Decrease0.2pp Increase3.2pp

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  Martin Landolt, 2009 2.jpg Marianne Streiff.jpg
Leader Martin Landolt Marianne Streiff Hans Moser
Party Conservative Democrats Evangelical People's Federal Democrats
Leader since 5 May 2012 5 April 2014 2001
Leader's seat Glarus Bern Ran in St. Gallen (lost)
Last election 7+1 seats, 4.1% 2+0, 1.9% 0+0, 1.2%
Seats before 7 + 1 2 + 0 0 + 0
Seats won 3 + ? 3 + ? 1 + ?
Seat change Decrease4 Increase1 Increase1
Percentage 2.4% 2.1% 1.0%
Swing Decrease1.7pp Increase0.2pp Decrease0.2pp
TV interview with the leaders of the five biggest parties

In the October 20 elections, the two green parties, the Green Party of Switzerland and the Green Liberal Party of Switzerland, made major electoral gains, taking 13.2% and 7.8% of the vote respectively. As in the previous election, the Swiss People's Party received the most votes, but its share of votes went down to 25.6% from the 29.4%.[2]

DateEdit

The elections for the National Council were held nationally on 20 October 2019.

The cantons individually organise their elections for the Council of States, which all but one are to be held on 20 October 2019;[3] the exception is the election in Appenzell Innerrhoden which has already taken place on 28 April at the 2019 Landsgemeinde.[4] In some cantons, and depending on the result of the election on 20 October, a second round or runoff election may be required, typically during November 2019.

Electoral systemEdit

The 200 members of the National Council are elected from 26 constituencies, which are the 26 cantons. Six cantons are single-member constituencies in which seats are elected by first-past-the-post voting; the remaining 20 cantons each forms a multi-member constituency, in which members are elected by open list proportional representation; voters can cross out names on party lists, split their vote between parties (a system known as panachage) or draw up their own list on a blank ballot. Seats are allocated using the Hagenbach-Bischoff system.[5]

The number of National Council seats allocated to the cantons reflects their respective population (including foreigners resident). Based on the official population count recorded at the end of 2016, Bern and Lucerne each lost a seat while Geneva and Vaud each gained a seat. The least-populous cantons have just one seat in the National Council — in 2019 there are six such cantons, four of which are half-cantons.[6]

The rules regarding who can stand as a candidate and vote in elections to the National Council are uniform across the Confederation. Only Swiss citizens aged at least 18 can stand or vote and the citizens resident abroad can register to vote in the canton in which they last resided (or their canton of citizenship, otherwise) and be able to vote no matter how long since, or whether they ever have, lived in Switzerland.

The 46 members of the Council of States are elected in 20 two-seat constituencies (representing the 20 'full' cantons) and six single-member constituencies (representing the six half-cantons). Two 'full' cantons with small populations — Uri and Glarus — have therefore each two seats in the Council of States but only one seat each in the much larger National Council. In Jura and Neuchâtel the elections are held using proportional representation, whilst the other 24 use the majority system.[7]

As each canton regulates its election to the Council of States, the rules regarding who can stand as a candidate and vote in these elections varies canton-by-canton. Jura and Neuchâtel allow certain foreign residents to vote, whilst Glarus allows 16- and 17-year-olds the vote. Swiss citizens abroad registered to vote in a canton are permitted to vote in that canton's Council of States election only if the canton's law allows it. Schaffhausen has compulsory voting, though limited in implementation by way of only an insignificant fine.

Contesting partiesEdit

The table below lists parties represented in the 50th Federal Assembly.

Name Ideology Leader 2019 result
Votes (%) National Council Council of States
SVP / UDC Swiss People's Party National conservatism
Right-wing populism
Albert Rösti 25.6%
54 / 200
0 / 46
SP / PS Social Democratic Party Social democracy
Democratic socialism
Christian Levrat 16.5%
39 / 200
0 / 46
FDP / PLR FDP.The Liberals Liberalism
Conservative liberalism
Petra Gössi 15.5%
29 / 200
0 / 46
GPS / PES Green Party Green politics
Progressivism
Regula Rytz 13%
28 / 200
0 / 46
CVP / PDC Christian Democratic People's Party Christian democracy
Social conservatism
Gerhard Pfister 11.8%
26 / 200
0 / 46
GLP / PVL Green Liberal Party Green liberalism
Social liberalism
Jürg Grossen 7.6%
15 / 200
0 / 46
BDP / PBD Conservative Democratic Party Liberal conservatism Martin Landolt 2.4%
3 / 200
0 / 46
EVP / PEV Evangelical People's Party Christian democracy
Social conservatism
Marianne Streiff 2.2%
3 / 200
0 / 46
Lega Ticino League Regionalism
Right-wing populism
Attilio Bignasca 0.8%
1 / 200
0 / 46
PdA / PST Swiss Party of Labour Communism Gavriel Pinson 0.6%
1 / 200
0 / 46
MCG Geneva Citizens' Movement Regionalism
Right-wing populism
Francisco Valentin 0.3%
0 / 200
0 / 46

Other parties contesting in at least three cantons are:

Opinion pollsEdit

Graphical summaryEdit

The chart below depicts opinion polls conducted for the 2019 Swiss federal election; trendlines are local regressions (LOESS).

 

Vote shareEdit

Polling firm Fieldwork date Sample
size
SVP/
UDC
SP/
PS
FDP/
PLR
CVP/
PDC
GPS/
PES
GLP/
PVL
BDP/
PBD
EVP/
PEV
Others Lead
Gallup 5 Sep–4 Oct 2019 2,065 26.9 18.5 15.9 10.5 10.5 7.4 3.1 7.2 8.4
Sotomo 26 Sep–2 Oct 2019 12,107 27.3 18.2 15.2 10.6 10.7 7.3 2.8 1.8 5.8 9.1
LeeWas 23–24 Sep 2019 20,515 27.9 18.0 15.6 10.4 10.2 7.2 3.2 7.4 9.9
Sotomo 19–25 Aug 2019 17,128 26.8 18.7 16.7 10.2 10.5 6.9 2.6 1.6 6.0 8.1
Sotomo 17–27 May 2019 10,388 26.5 19.1 16.2 10.6 10.1 6.4 2.9 1.8 6.4 7.4
LeeWas 22–23 May 2019 19,018 28.9 17.6 15.5 10.3 9.9 6.9 3.3 7.6 11.3
LeeWas 18–20 Feb 2019 22,326 29.2 18.4 15.9 9.9 9.6 6.7 3.9 6.4 10.8
Sotomo 1–7 Feb 2019 12,085 27.0 17.4 17.4 11.3 9.5 6.4 3.3 1.7 6.0 9.6
LeeWas 24–25 Sep 2018 19,412 29.7 17.9 17.0 9.9 7.1 5.7 4.0 8.7 11.8
gfs.bern 7–19 Sep 2018 27,105 28.0 18.7 17.3 11.0 9.1 5.9 2.0 1.9 6.1 9.3
Sotomo 13–18 Sep 2018 14,985 27.4 19.3 17.7 10.1 8.7 5.7 3.2 2.0 5.9 8.1
LeeWas 21–22 Jun 2018 14,851 29.2 18.0 16.4 10.0 7.2 5.7 4.7 8.8 11.2
LeeWas 4–5 Jan 2018 20,422 30.8 18.7 16.4 9.1 7.4 6.1 3.7 7.8 12.1
Sotomo 28 Sep–2 Oct 2017 14,063 28.7 17.7 17.1 10.9 8.1 5.4 3.4 8.6 11.0
gfs.bern 19 Feb–23 Mar 2017 1,210 28.3 20.3 17.3 10.7 8.8 4.9 3.0 6.7 8.0
gfs.bern 5 Sep–8 Oct 2016 972 29.9 18.7 16.7 10.5 7.6 5.6 3.5 7.5 11.2
OpinionPlus 29 Apr–4 May 2016 809 30.8 17.8 16.8 10.6 6.6 5.4 4.6 7.4 13.0
2015 election 18 Oct 2015 29.4 18.8 16.4 11.6 7.1 4.6 4.1 1.9 6.0 10.5

ResultsEdit

National CouncilEdit

 
National Council
Party Votes[8] %[9] Seats[10] +/–
Swiss People's Party 25.6 53 -12
Social Democratic Party 16.8 39 -4
FDP.The Liberals 15.1 29 -4
Green Party 13.2 28 +17
Christian Democratic People's Party 11.4 25 -2
Green Liberal Party 7.8 16 +9
Conservative Democratic Party 2.4 3 -4
Evangelical People's Party 2.1 3 +1
Federal Democratic Union 1.0 1 +1
Swiss Party of Labour 1.0 1 0
solidaritéS 1 +1
Ticino League 0.8 1 -1
Alternative List 0.3 0 0
Geneva Citizens' Movement 0.2 0 -1
Pirate Party 0 0
Christian Social Party 0 0
Swiss Democrats 62,256 0 0
Integral Politics 0 0
Invalid/blank votes
Total 2,462,581[11] 100 200 0
Registered voters/turnout 45.1

Council of StatesEdit

Council of States
Party First round Second round Total
Seats
+/-
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Swiss People's Party 3
Social Democratic Party 3
FDP.The Liberals 7
Christian Democratic People's Party 8
Green Party 2
Green Liberal Party
Conservative Democratic Party
Evangelical People's Party
Ticino League
Swiss Party of Labour
Geneva Citizens' Movement
Federal Democratic Union
Alternative List
Pirate Party
Christian Social Party
Swiss Democrats
Integral Politics
Invalid/blank votes
Total 100 100 46
Registered voters/turnout

Detailed resultsEdit

Canton of Appenzell AusserrhodenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[12]
Swiss People's Party 7,720 49.5% 1
FDP.The Liberals 7,561 48.4% 0
Other 329 2.1% 0
Total 15,610 100% 1
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 11,490 71.1% 1
Swiss People's Party 4,059 25.1% 0
Other 621 3.8% 0
Total 16,170 100% 1

Canton of Appenzell InnerrhodenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[13]
Christian Democratic People's Party 3,460 61.3% 1
Swiss People's Party 1,642 29.1% 0
Social Democratic Party 493 8.7% 0
Other 52 0.9% 0
Total 5,647 100% 1
Council of States

Canton of AargauEdit

Party Votes[verification needed] % Seats +/–
National Council[14]
Swiss People's Party 911,116 32.9% 6
Social Democratic Party 476,387 17.2% 3
FDP.The Liberals 388,026 14% 2
Green Party 284,005 10.3% 1
Green Liberal Party 245,569 8.9% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 221,572 8% 2
Conservative Democratic Party 87715 3.2% 1
Evangelical People's Party 54,041 2% 0
Federal Democratic Union 29,150 1.1% 0
Other 70,291 2.5% 0
Total 2,767,872 100% 16
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 82,515 23.2%
Swiss People's Party 72,574 20.4%
Social Democratic Party 55,274 15.6%
Green Party 40,560 11.4%
Christian Democratic People's Party 36,700 10.3%
Green Liberal Party 23,158 6.5%
Conservative Democratic Party 21,706 6.1%
Evangelical People's Party 9,784 2.8%
Other 13,039 3.7%
Total 355,310 100%

Canton of Basel-LandschaftEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[15]
Swiss People's Party 133,996 25.4% 2
Social Democratic Party 116,729 22.1% 2
Green Party 96,579 18.3% 1
FDP.The Liberals 87,383 16.5% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 44,771 8.5% 1
Green Liberal Party 23,773 4.5% 0
Evangelical People's Party 18,862 3.6% 0
Conservative Democratic Party 6,337 1.2% 0
Total 528,430 100% 7
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 26,536 34.5%
Green Party 22,986 29.9%
Social Democratic Party 22,519 29.2%
Evangelical People's Party 3,209 4.2%
Other 1,740 2.3%
Total 76,990 100%

Canton of Basel-StadtEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[16]
Social Democratic Party 84,938 38% 2
Green Party 46,870 21% 1
Swiss People's Party 32,280 14.5% 0
FDP.The Liberals 15,811 7.1% 0
Green Liberal Party 15,087 6.8% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 12,026 5.4% 0
Evangelical People's Party 5,352 2.4% 0
Liberal Democratic Party (Basel) 1,740 0.8% 1
Federal Democratic Union 738 0.3% 0
Conservative Democratic Party 973 0.4% 0
Other 7,532 3.4% 0
Total 223,347 100% 5
Council of States
Social Democratic Party 37,230 66.4% 1
Liberal Democratic Party (Basel) 12,037 21.5% 0
Swiss People's Party 4,557 8.1% 0
Independent Eric Weber 1,187 2.1% 0
Independent Marc Meyer 531 0.9% 0
Other 501 0.9% 0
Total 56,043 100% 1

Canton of GlarusEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[17]
Conservative Democratic Party 6,396 63% 1
Social Democratic Party 2,861 28.2% 0
Green Party 279 2.7% 0
Other 612 6% 0
Total 10,148 100% 1
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 7,544 37.9% 1
Green Party 5,926 29.8% 1
Swiss People's Party 5,432 27.3% 0
Social Democratic Party 181 0.9% 0
Conservative Democratic Party 113 0.6% 0
Other 693 3.5% 0
Total 19,889 100% 2

GrisonsEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[18]
Swiss People's Party 83,354 29.9% 1
Social Democratic Party 48,232 17.3% 2
Christian Democratic People's Party 44,956 16.1% 1
FDP.The Liberals 37,839 13.6% 1
Conservative Democratic Party 25,139 9% 0
Green Liberal Party 23,611 8.5% 0
Green Party 15,728 5.6% 0
Total 278,859 100% 5
Council of States
Christian Democratic People's Party 30,033 31.6% 1
FDP.The Liberals 26,629 28% 1
Social Democratic Party 15,230 16% 0
Swiss People's Party 10,093 10.6% 0
Green Liberal Party 7,106 7.5% 0
Other 6,019 6.3% 0
Total 95,110 100% 2

Canton of JuraEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[19]
Social Democratic Party 11,971 27% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 10,026 22.6% 1
Green Party 6,965 15.7% 0
Swiss People's Party 6,408 14.5% 0
Independent Christian-Social Party 4,270 9.6% 0
FDP.The Liberals 4,024 9.1% 0
Evangelical People's Party 634 1.4% 0
Total 44,298 100% 2
Council of States
Social Democratic Party 14,523 34.3% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 11,518 27.2% 1
Swiss People's Party 8,155 19.3% 0
Green Party 8,128 19.2% 0
Total 42,324 100% 2

Canton of NeuchâtelEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[20]
FDP.The Liberals 37,551 22.4% 1
Green Party 35,804 21.3% 1
Social Democratic Party 28,435 17% 1
Swiss Party of Labour 23,945 14.3% 1
Swiss People's Party 19,891 11.9% 0
Green Liberal Party 15,628 9.3% 0
Christian Democratic People's Party 6,316 3.8% 0
Independent Jean-Luc Pieren 171 0.1% 0
Total 167,741 100% 4
Council of States
Green Party 19,820 21.4% 1
FDP.The Liberals 19,446 21% 1
Social Democratic Party 16,915 18.2% 0
Swiss Party of Labour 14,766 15.9% 0
Swiss People's Party 10,327 11.1% 0
Green Liberal Party 6,958 7.5% 0
Christian Democratic People's Party 4,208 4.5% 0
Other 305 0.3% 0
Total 92,745 100% 2

Canton of NidwaldenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[21]
Swiss People's Party 9,655 64.2% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 5,383 35.8% 0
Total 15,038 100% 1
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 1
Total 100% 1

Canton of ObwaldenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[22]
Swiss People's Party 5,412 37.3% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 5,325 36.7% 0
FDP.The Liberals 1,683 11.6% 0
Independent Luke Gasser 1,675 11.5% 0
Social Democratic Party 424 2.9% 0
Total 14,519 100% 1
Council of States
Christian Democratic People's Party 1

Canton of SchaffhausenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[23]
Swiss People's Party 23,632 39.4% 1
Social Democratic Party 15,723 26.2% 1
FDP.The Liberals 6,626 11% 0
Green Party 4,115 6.9% 0
Green Liberal Party 3,568 5.9% 0
Federal Democratic Union 2,033 3.4% 0
Feminist Green Alternative 1,922 3.2% 0
Christian Democratic People's Party 1,282 2.1% 0
Evangelical People's Party 1,132 1.9% 0
Total 60,033 100% 2
Council of States
Swiss People's Party 17,333 33.3% 1
Independent Thomas Minder 14,813 28.4% 1
Social Democratic Party 9,952 19.1% 0
FDP.The Liberals 6,346 12.2% 0
Other 3,668 7% 0
Total 52,112 100% 2

Canton of SchwyzEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[24]
Swiss People's Party 73,961 36.9% 2
FDP.The Liberals 46,057 23% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 36,745 18.4% 1
Social Democratic Party 27,778 13.9% 0
Green Liberal Party 9,210 4.6% 0
Green Party 5,271 2.6% 0
Evangelical People's Party 1,201 0.6% 0
Total 200,223 100% 4
Council of States
Swiss People's Party 46,035 47.7% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 21,234 22% 0
FDP.The Liberals 15,379 15.9% 0
Social Democratic Party 11,672 12.1% 0
Independent Honorata Züger 1,226 1.3% 0
Other 993 1% 0
Total 52,112 100% 1

Canton of St. GallenEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[25]
Swiss People's Party 462,363 31.3% 4
Christian Democratic People's Party 274,812 18.6% 2
FDP.The Liberals 217,303 14.7% 2
Social Democratic Party 188,652 12.8% 2
Green Party 159,695 10.8% 1
Green Liberal Party 109,400 7.4% 1
Evangelical People's Party 24,119 1.6% 0
Federal Democratic Union 14,320 1% 0
Conservative Democratic Party 8,459 0.6% 0
Swiss Democrats 3,210 0.2% 0
Other 13,543 0.9% 0
Total 1,475,876 100% 12
Council of States
Christian Democratic People's Party 70,594 27.3%
Social Democratic Party 64,077 24.8%
Swiss People's Party 45,941 17.8%
FDP.The Liberals 30,755 11.9%
Green Party 27,660 10.7%
Green Liberal Party 12,695 4.9%
Conservative Democratic Party 4,174 1.6%
Other 2,353 0.9%
Total 258,249 100%

Canton of UriEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[26]
Christian Democratic People's Party 4,685 39.2% 1
Swiss People's Party 4,341 36.3% 0
Social Democratic Party 2,659 22.3% 0
Other 265 2.2% 0
Total 11,950 100% 1
Council of States
FDP.The Liberals 7,576 42.5% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 7,086 39.8% 1
Other 3,143 17.7% 0
Total 17,805 100% 2

Canton of ZugEdit

Party Votes % Seats +/–
National Council[27]
Swiss People's Party 30,360 26.3% 1
Christian Democratic People's Party 27,494 23.8% 1
Green Party 22,376 19.4% 1
FDP.The Liberals 16,842 14.6% 0
Social Democratic Party 10,861 9.4% 0
Green Liberal Party 6,438 5.6% 0
Evangelical People's Party 952 0.8% 0
Total 115,323 100% 3
Council of States
Christian Democratic People's Party 19,909 27% 1
FDP.The Liberals 16,852 22.8% 0
Swiss People's Party 16,769 22.7% 0
Green Party 8,200 11.1% 0
Social Democratic Party 7,898 10.7% 0
Independent Andrea Sidler Weiss 2,598 3.5% 0
Independent Stefan Thöni 1,626 2.2% 0
Total 73,852 100% 1

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