Europeans from 21 countries voted on the fourth and final day of the EU parliamentary elections. European elections: final votes cast as EU awaits results This article is more than 1 year old France, Germany, Italy and others go to polls on Sunday, with gains expected for nationalist parties Use filters on the left to adjust your selection. Rejected ballots: 2,329 Voting ends and exit polls are published in Italy in a few minutes and the first EU-wide results will be released shortly after, including an initial count for the U.K. You can use this page to search the voting results of the EU's legislative process since December 2009. This European election was not a contest with an overarching continental narrative, but a series of national and regional battles. Voters in each of the bloc's 28 member states vote for their national parties, whose MEPs then form pan-European groups along rough ideological lines to work together in … For the latest results from the European Parliament elections, click here. Valid votes: 3,328,983. The results have been flowing in and the 2019 European Elections have seen the main centre-right and centre-left parties lose their combined majority in the European Parliament. Depending on the issue under discussion, the Council of the EU takes its decisions by: simple majority (14 member states vote in favour); qualified majority (55% of member states, representing at least 65% of the EU population, vote in favour); unanimous vote (all votes are in favour); The Council can vote only if a majority of its members is present. Electorate: 4,398,796. How does the Council vote? The maximum number of Members of the European Parliament is 751. In France, the vote results on Sunday suggested a difficult time ahead for President Emmanuel Macron, who has presented himself as a champion of European integration and a … Voting results from July 2006 onwards are available in the public register of Council documents: voting results (public register) European election latest results 2019: across the UK Sun 26 May 2019 17.35 EDT First published on Sun 26 May 2019 14.56 EDT Antonio Voce , Pablo Gutiérrez , … Projection: The projection of the European Parliament is an estimate of its composition resulting from the elections, established by Kantar as an aggregation of available election results, estimates or polling data published in the Member States after voting has finished. EU citizens will elect a new European Parliament between May 23 and 26. Verified ballot papers: 3,331,459. Results of the 2019 European Elections in the other Member States; 2014 European Elections in the other Member States: Basic information about the election legislation, election turnout etc. For the two main party groupings in the European Parliament (each losing seats and with less than a quarter of the vote), there will be relief that the results … Initial results show Prime Minister Leo Varadkar’s center-right Fine Gael party has won the most first-preference votes in the European vote with 21 percent, followed by the Green Party on 18 percent, the center-right opposition Fianna Fáil on 14 percent and the left-wing Sinn Féin on 11 percent. Ballot papers counted : 3,331,312. Turnout: 75.7%. A maximum of 96 and a minimum of six MEPs are elected in each Member State. Follow our live EU elections results.