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Parliamentary
Year Voter
Turnout
Total
vote
Registration VAP
Turnout
Voting
age
population
Population Invalid
votes
Compulsory
voting
2018 89.66 % 233,014 259,887 48.16 % 483,824 605,764 7.23 % Yes
2013 91.15 % 218,453 239,668 55.12 % 396,354 514,862 6.81 % Yes
2009 90.93 % 203,535 223,842 53.20 % 382,589 491,775 6.45 % Yes
2004 91.68 % 199,846 217,979 56.50 % 353,691 455,000 5.60 % Yes
1999 86.51 % 191,267 221,103 56.92 % 336,027 429,797 6.50 % Yes
1994 88.30 % 191,724 217,131 60.52 % 316,790 401,000 6.50 % Yes
1989 87.39 % 191,332 218,940 64.07 % 298,620 378,000 5.50 % Yes
1984 88.81 % 191,651 215,792 66.83 % 286,770 363,000 6.50 % Yes
1979 88.85 % 188,909 212,614 68.48 % 275,880 363,000 7.30 % Yes
1974 90.14 % 185,527 205,817 73.74 % 251,600 340,000 5.80 % Yes
1968 88.56 % 170,566 192,601 67.79 % 251,600 340,000 6.40 % Yes
1964 90.57 % 173,702 191,788 72.55 % 239,440 328,000 6.40 % Yes
1959 92.33 % 173,836 188,286 74.29 % 234,000 312,000 4.90 % Yes
1954 92.65 % 170,092 183,590 73.14 % 232,560 306,000 4.90 % Yes
1951 90.78 % 83,613 92,110 37.29 % 224,250 299,000 4.90 % Yes
1948 91.90 % 77,865 84,724 219,000 292,000 5.60 % Yes
1945 159,083 74.95 % 212,250 283,000 Yes
EU Parliament
Year Voter
Turnout
Total
vote
Registration VAP
Turnout
Voting
age
population
Population Invalid
votes
Compulsory
voting
2019 84.10 % 240,044 285,435 48.64 % 493,482 617,185 9.26 % Yes
2014 85.55 % 226,218 264,433 55.76 % 405,676 520,672 9.92 % Yes
2009 90.76 % 218,423 240,669 57.09 % 382,589 491,775 9.18 % Yes
2004 91.35 % 209,689 229,550 60.07 % 349,079 454,960 8.35 % Yes
1999 87.27 % 199,597 228,712 60.84 % 328,066 427,350 9.40 % Yes
1994 88.55 % 198,370 224,031 63.93 % 310,293 400,200 9.95 % Yes
1989 87.40 % 191,354 218,940 65.44 % 292,412 374,900 8.80 % Yes
1984 88.80 % 191,623 215,792 68.49 % 279,771 365,794 9.30 % Yes
1979 88.90 % 189,126 212,740 69.20 % 273,294 362,261 9.70 % Yes

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