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Result of the 2024 European elections: all the final scores, unprecedented political divide

“Result of the 2024 European elections: all the final scores, unprecedented political divide”

The RN achieved a historic result during the European elections, leading in more than 90 departments last night. The rise of the far right also embodies a divide within the French.

All results are final and are available by city. Find your municipality to follow the results of the 2024 European elections:

  The essentials

The réresult of the 2024 European elections, revealed Sunday evening shortly after the polls closed, there was an earthquake ` the scale of French politics. The National Rally wins a historic victory, with a navy blue wave never before seen in almost the entire territory (see map).

The snub is such that a few minutes after the results were announced yesterday evening, Emmanuel Macron took the floor to announce the dissolution of the National Assembly, which will lead to new legislative elections on June 30 and July 7. An unexpected reaction, which constitutes a gigantic risk for the rest of his five-year term. Without a new majority and in the event that another party manages to to impose itself, France will enter into cohabitation and perhaps, for the first time, with the extreme right in control.

The final results of the European elections, communicated by the Ministry of the Interior, place the National Rally, whose list was led by Jordan Bardella, at nearly a third of the votes.

The RN scores also reflect a divide within the French population. Jordan Bardella thus collected 42% of the votes in towns with less than 20,000 inhabitants, only 19% à Paris. The RN obtained 52% of the votes of workers, 41% of employees. 50% of voters with a diploma level below the baccalaureate voted RN, there are only 17% with a bac+5.

Here are the scores of the main candidates with an estimate of the seats obtained in the European Parliament:

  • National Rally/Bardella: 31.47% (i.e. approximately 31 seats)
  • Renaissance/Hayer: 14.56% (14 seats)
  • PS-Place Publique/Glucksmann: 13.80% (13 seats)
  • LFI/Aubry: 9.87% (8 seats)
  • LR/Bellamy: 7.24% (6 seats)
  • EELV/Toussaint: 5.47% (5 seats)
  • REC/Marshal: 5.46% (5 seats)
  • PCF/Deffontaines: 2.37%
  • Rural Alliance/Lassale: 2.36%
  • Animalist Party/Thouy: 2.01%    
  • Ecology at the center/Governatori: 1.27%    
  • UPR/Asselineau: 1.02%    
  • Other lists     < 1%    


09:26 – In the European Parliament, more than a quarter of the seats for the far right

Two nationalist groups are doing a good job in the European Parliament in these elections: the Identity group; and Democracy, where headquarters of the National Rally (ID), should retain its 58 elected representatives, while the group of European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR), where The elected representatives of Reconquˆte will sit, should gain five and reach 73 members. Between them, these groups will therefore total more than a quarter of the hemicycle.

09:10 – 20% of voters made their choice on voting day

These European elections will have left the majority many voters undecided until the end. Thus, according to the Elabe poll, 40% of those who went to the polls on Sunday made their choice in the last week of the campaign. 5% made up their minds the day before the election and 20% stopped voting. their choice on the same day of the European elections.

The European results map

  • Ain
  • Aisne
  • Allier
  • Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
  • Hautes-Alpes
  • Alpes-Maritimes
  • Ardèche
  • Ardennes
  • Ariège
  • Dawn
  • Aude
  • Aveyron
  • Bouches-du-Rhône
  • Calvados
  • Cantal
  • Charente
  • Charente-Maritime
  • Dear
  • Corrèze
  • Côte-d'Or
  • Côtes-d'Armor
  • Hollow
  • Dordogne
  • Doubs
  • Drôme
  • Eure
  • Eure-et-Loir
  • Finistère
  • South Corsica
  • Haute-Corse
  • Gard
  • Haute-Garonne
  • Gers
  • Gironde
  • Hérault
  • Ille-et-Vilaine
  • Indre
  • Indre-et-Loire
  • Isère
  • Jura
  • Landes
  • Loir-et-Cher
  • Loire
  • Haute-Loire
  • Loire-Atlantique
  • Loiret
  • Lot
  • Lot-et-Garonne
  • Lozère
  • Maine-et-Loire
  • Sleeve
  • Marne
  • Haute-Marne
  • Mayenne
  • Meurthe-et-Moselle
  • Meuse
  • Morbihan
  • Moselle
  • Nièvre
  • North
  • Oise
  • Orne
  • Pas-de-Calais
  • Puy-de-Dôme
  • Pyrénées-Atlantiques
  • Hautes-Pyrénées
  • Pyrénées-Orientales
  • Bas-Rhin
  • Haut-Rhin
  • Rhône
  • Haute-Saône
  • Saône-et-Loire
  • Sarthe
  • Savoie
  • Haute-Savoie
  • Paris
  • Seine-Maritime
  • Seine-et-Marne
  • Yvelines
  • Deux-Sèvres
  • Sum
  • Tarn
  • Tarn-et-Garonne
  • Var
  • Vaucluse
  • Sold
  • Vienna
  • Haute-Vienne
  • Vosges
  • Yonne
  • Territoire de Belfort
  • Essonne
  • Hauts-de-Seine
  • Seine-Saint-Denis
  • Val-de-Marne
  • Val-d'Oise
  • Guadeloupe
  • Martinique
  • Guyana
  • The Reunion
  • Mayotte

European result Haute-GaronneFar left LEFT Ecologists Miscellaneous Center RIGHT Far right No result

08:36 – Bardella, Hayer and Glucksmann à equality perfect among the most qualified

Among voters with a master's degree or more, 17% voted for Jordan Bardella, 17% for Valérie Hayer… and 17% for Raphaël Glucksmann. An equality perfect which is not found for other levels of diplomas: among first cycle graduates, 27% chose the National Rally. A figure that goes up &agrav; 32% among graduates with a baccalaureate level and above. 50% among voters with an education level below the baccalaureate.

Result of the 2024 European elections: all the final scores, unprecedented political divide

08:04 – 52% of workers voted for Jordan Bardella's list

The National Rally has harvested more than half votes cast by workers in these European elections, according to the Elabe survey carried out Sunday. 41% of employee votes were also received. for Jordan Bardella's list. More generally, the RN comes out on top in all socio-professional categories. He achieved his lowest score among executives: 18% voted for him, against 16% for Glucksmann's list and 15% for the Macronists.

Result of the 2024 European elections: all the final scores, unprecedented political divide

07:51 – 32% of Marine Le Pen's readers abstained from Europeans

Nearly a third of those who voted for Marine Le Pen à The 2022 presidential election did not go to the polls on Sunday for Europeans, according to the Elabe poll. This abstention rate is slightly higher than the abstention rate. that of the electorates of Emmanuel Macron (31%) and Jean-Luc Mélenchon (30%). Eric Zemmour's readers wereé particularly mobilized on Sunday, since only 16% abstained, according to the same survey.

07:27 – 53% of young people did not go to vote

Participation in the European elections has é oacute;summer unequal distribution from one age group to the next. the other, à according to an Elabe survey carried out on election day. Thus, 53% of 18-24 year olds would have abstained, as well as 52% of 25-34 year olds. On the other hand, abstention falls below 43% among 35-49 year olds and &agrav; 37% among those aged 50 and over.

Of the entire electorate, 48.50% of those registered on the lists did not go to the polls this Sunday, according to the final results of the ministry. re of the Interior.

07:13 – On the scale of the European Unioné In Europe, the conservatives are in the lead

The European People's Party (EPP) is announced. in the lead this morning in view of the results of 26 member states in the European elections. The EPP is the group in which the Republicans of François-Xavier Bellamy sit, who have not reaped any support. only 7.24% of the votes in France. In the European Parliament, the conservatives could obtain 191 seats, or 15 more than in the previous election.

07:12 – Emmanuel Macron will speak again very soon

The head of state held a major meeting with the government last night at the Elysée Palace. He let it be known that he would soon be speaking again to the French people to outline the political thrust of the campaign that is about to begin. He could once again comment on the results of the European elections and explain why this election was the trigger for the political bomb that he dropped last night. An intervention at the beginning of the week is expected.

06:58 – The results of the European elections in other European countries

The 2024 European elections obviously concern all the countries of the European Union and the future political orientations of the European Parliament will depend on the outcome. nbsp;of all votes, particularly in Germany, Italy and Spain. What did you vote for? our neighbors ? The complete update this Monday morning in this article.

06:45 – Another important deadline for Parliament… in November!

Parliament will vote in plenary in November or even December to induct all of the European commissioners. The latter have a major role, because the college of commissioners carries the policies driven by the member states. But this deadline is very distant in view of the French legislative elections and the political time which is accelerating. early this Monday morning.

06:41 – Discover the final results of the European elections

After adjusted estimates throughout the evening, the final results of the European elections are available this morning on the website of the Ministry of the Interior. The National Rally finished with 31.36% of the vote, confirming its historic victory. The Macronist list led by Valérie Hayer confirmed its defeat, with 14.60% of the votes cast. Raphaël Glucksmann and his allies collected 13.83% of the vote, ahead of La France insoumise (9.89%).

Next came the right-wing list of François-Xavier Bellamy (7.24%), the environmentalists of Marie Toussaint (5.50%) and the Reconquêecirc;te party of Marion Marêchal (5.47%).

The other lists failed to reach the eligibility threshold by 5%.

06:25 – After the results of the European elections, another important election

Who will chair the European Commission ? This is the next major election for the 2024 European election. rsquo;Éstate or government of the 27 will propose a name to Parliament. The new MEPs will have to approve or reject it. the majority, that is to say 361 votes. Ursula von der Leyen is a candidate for the EPP, but other names are circulating, such as that of former Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. The new majority should choose a personality which will achieve consensus.

06:14 – What results near you ? All scores are available this morning

The French did not vote. in the same way depending on the territories. The RN vote is particularly strong in small rural communities, significantly weaker in large cities. The scores are in clear decline almost everywhere for the training of the majorityé presidential. To discover the results near you, go to our results map.

Welcome to this great live, dedicated to to the results of the European elections and the political earthquake that followed, with the announcement of the dissolution of the National Assembly . Emmanuel Macron considered that the victory of the RN is of such magnitude and the defeat of its camp so large that it was necessary to provoke new elections there. ;eac;legislative à the end of the month. This Monday, a campaign opens, while at the same time, the European Parliament is renewed.

06/09/24 – 11:40 p.m. – Hayer: "You never make a mistake when you give the floor to the Frenchçais"

END OF LIVE – Not without a certain bitterness à the view of the results of the Renaissance list of the majority presidential campaign that she led to the European elections, Val&rie Hayer commented on Emmanuel Macron's speech on Sunday evening and & the announcement of the dissolution of the National Assembly. "The President of the Republic said it: the choices of voters cannot go unanswered. He decided, this evening, to give them the floor again and to choose the project they want for their country. For me, we never make a mistake when we give the floor to the French, she judged. Will it play a role in this new campaign which is opening ? The submission of applications must take place on June 16.

09/06/24 – 23:18 – Important results this evening: those of Spain and Italy

An update in this live on important results, those of two of our main neighbors. In Spain, according to official results, the Socialist Party of Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez lost, it was the right that came in first. ;nbsp;obtained 22 seats in the European Parliament against 20 for the Socialists, the far-right party Vox progresses with 6 if` ges. In Italy, according to estimates, Giorgia Meloni's nationalist party is in the lead with 25% of voters. 31% of the votes. The center-left Democratic Party came second, followed by the populist 5 Star Movement.

09/06/24 – 11:06 p.m. – The results of Europeans very different depending on the municipalities, Nantes very different left

The results of the European elections in medium-sized cities are starting to improve. reach us, thanks to the services of the Ministry of the Interior, which communicate to us the results in real time. Significant disparities are observed. At this time, the largest city with its final results is Nantes, with the following results: Raphaël Glucksmann: 23.65%, Manon Aubry: 15.9%,   Valérie Hayer: 14.35%, Marie Toussaint: 13.63% Jordan Bardella: 11.63%, François-Xavier Bellamy: 7.65% Marion Maréchal: 4.16%,  Léon Deffontaines: 1.6%, Jean Marc Governatori: 1.44%, Hélène Thouy: 1.33%.

< h3 class="app_edito_title_2">09/06/24 – 22:49 – The government summonedé and gathered at this moment at the Elysée

If the ministers thought that they were going to return to their beds after the results of the elections, it was a mistake. The government has beené summoned by the Head of State so that all members of the executive team can take stock of the new calendar. Ministers and the entire majority are now campaigning for legislation that no one had anticipated. The president is therefore doing this at this very moment, & at the Elys&eac;e, an update on the new priorities of the government, which will have to keep current files and a new race leading to a major political election.

09/06/24 – 22:38 – Eric Zemmour reacts late to the results of Europeans

The president of the identity and far-right Reconquˆte party first had a word for Marion Maréchal. "I want to thank our head of the list, we entrusted him with this task. a mission, she fought with conviction. A priori we should have 5 deputies in the European Parliament. For five years I am counting on these éelected officials from Reconqu to do hear the French truths that Brussels does not want. […] A wave rose this evening in Europe. The right that wins is the one that fights against Islamization, against Wokism, against the defense of nations. I know that France will follow this path.

09/06/24 – 22:35 – The PS insists on its results to the Europeans to prepare the legislation

The first secretary of the PS Olivier Faure took the floor to argue that the results obtained by his European political formation must now prevail for the party. apos;future of the left. He called the left &agrav; work à a "useful gathering", but no longer around La France insoumise but around the PS. "There is a balance of power this evening which has &e;evolvedé" between the left parties after the Europeans, adding this message to the address of LFI executives and Jean-Luc Mélenchon : "Everyone must think about the best conditions for a gathering that allows ;apos;have a project, which allows you to be heard by the French.

06/09/24 – 10:26 p.m. – “We would like to see Jordan Bardella à Matignon”

After the historic results of the RN in the 2024 European elections, the extremist party executives ;ecirc;eme say they are optimistic about taking the reins of government. “ We want to see Jordan Bardella à Matignon”, reacted on BFMTV Sébastien Chenu, MPé RN. And to add:  We want to change things, so we say to the French çais try us!"

09/06/24 – 22:18 – Jean-Luc Mélenchon is already launching the the LFI campaign for the legislative elections

The historic leader of France Insoumise spoke to react to the 2024 European elections, but also, naturally, to the 2024 European elections. the announcement of the dissolution. "The new France must rise. We woné the first round of the 2022 legislative election. We can win again and change everything using ballots! People of cities and suburbs, make France your own! Make it your homeland!", he saidé in a speech which was not broadcast on TF1 nor in its entirety. on France 2.

09/06/24 – 22:14 – Marie Toussaint, head of the EELV list says "angry" and announces "discussions of the left"

“I'm angry. In the coming weeks we are going to have à fight against a right-wing and far-right coalition in the European Parliament and elsewhere. the European Commission. We are going to have to fight to push back the far right in France, declaredé not long ago à her campaign headquarters the candidate at the head of the European list. “The environmentalists will be there. to lead this battle,” she added. The latter added that discussions were going to be held between the different formations of the left "in the coming hours", to discuss the strategy é consider for the left. A union seems a credible horizon, but remains to be seen. define its form and the people who will embody it.

09/06/24 – 22:07 – Raphaël Glucksmann reacts é the announcement of the dissolution

"We are ready ê fight us, à constitute a force of resistance to the far right, reacted the head of the list PS/Place Publique. He considered that "the President of the Republic obeyed his orders. Jordan Bardella, who requested this decision. The Eurodéputé did not kick in touch and seems to be included in the left-wing political forces which will play a role in these French legislative elections.

06/09/24 – 10:02 p.m. – The announcement of the dissolution changes everything and puts Europeans in the background

Emmanuel Macron surprised everyone this evening and from now on, it is these new legislative elections which are at the center of the political agenda. This is the first time in the history of European elections that a result has provoked a reaction of this nature and of this magnitude. The President considered that the French vote was not just a vote to renew the European Parliament, but that it had a strong impact on international policy. oacute;rterior. The media should very quickly cover this new major campaign which is opening and devote little time to this. decipher and analyze the results of Europeans.


Find your city in the lists below to see the results:

  • Paris
  • Marseille
  • Lyon
  • Toulouse
  • Nice
  • Nantes
  • Montpellier
  • Strasbourg
  • Bordeaux
  • Lille
  • Rennes
  • Reims
  • Le Havre
  • Saint-Étienne
  • Toulon
  • Grenoble
  • Dijon
  • Angers
  • Nîmes
  • Villeurbanne
  • Le Mans
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • Clermont-Ferrand
  • Brest
  • Turns
  • Amiens
  • Limoges
  • Annecy
  • Perpignan
  • Besançon
  • Metz
  • Boulogne-Billancourt

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The result of the 2024 European elections will influence the policy of the European Union. The latest projections give a boost to the nationalist parties in Parliament, but the far right is not able to assert itself.' ;nbsp;There are currently seven groups in the European Parliament, which are from most to least important, with the first two leading the way. the outcome of the results.

  • The European People's Party, where the Republicans sit.
  • The social democratic group, where sit the elected representatives of the socialist left. 
  • The centrist group Renew Europe, whereù seats the majority presidential office. 
  • Ecologists, where headquarters of the Europe-Ecology-the Greens party.
  • Identity Democracy (ID), which includes the National Rally in its ranks
  • The European Conservatives and Reformists (CRE), the other far-right group in which Reconqu& ecirc;te.
  • The radical left group, supported by France Insoumise.

The graph above gives the number of seats per political party in the European Parliament. 

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116