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Results of the 2024 Europeans: discover the live results

“Results of the 2024 European elections: discover the results live”

The results of the 2024 European elections are given in this article. 8 p.m. officially, but trends are already emerging. The big candidates already have a chance. their score and prepare their language elements.

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  The essentials

  • The complete results of the 2024 European elections will be revealed this Sunday at 8 p.m. in France, on this page.
  • Some elements of these results are already known: turnout 5 p.m. is estimated at 45.26%, with an upward trend, since it is two points more than at the same time in 2019. A small surge in mobilization is therefore emerging, and that could be enough to create a surprise in one camp or the other.
  • Candidates already have experience their result, thanks to their contacts with pollsters, with confidential figures. They are already preparing for the event. for their speech. Jordan Bardella is the first à to speak, he planned to make a speech at 8:05 p.m.
  • What we already know is that the winner of these 2024 European elections is not forced ;ment that identifié by pollsters. Whatever the result, we often forget that the vote must be taken as a whole. continental, with European parties coming out on top and able to form a majority. And &agrav; this little game, these are in reality two training courses which were winning data by the polls of the European People's Party (EPP) where The Republicans and the group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D) sit. In France, it is the elected representatives LR and François-Xavier Bellamy who would sit within the EPP: they could claim the victory of efficiency. .
  • Discover live with us the results of the 2024 European elections.


19:21 – The first politicians arrive at the candidates' HQs

Before the announcement of the first estimates that will be known from 8 p.m., the first political figures from each party arrive at the candidates' HQ. Jordan Bardella, the head of the National Rally list, arrived at his HQ awaiting the results, as did François Xavier-Bellamy. At the Mutualité de Paris where the presidential party's campaign evening is taking place, several party leaders arrived at like Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti or former Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne. Eric Zemmour, for his part, arrived in Paris at the Reconquête HQ.

19:11 – Jordan Bardella, first to speak after the European results in less than an hour.

The boss of the National Rally, which is the head of the lists of these European 2024, has decided to speak very early, & 8:05 p.m., to be broadcast first by all the media which give the results this evening, according to information from BFMTV. It is likely that Marine Le Pen will also speak later. If the polls which put the far right in the lead this evening are confirmed, then the speech will be a victorious moment for the RN, which will call on the president either dissolve the Assembly either at will or dismiss his Prime Minister.

19:10 – A meeting around Emmanuel Macron planned & ;agrave; lÉlysée

While the announcement of the results is imminent, a meeting around Emmanuel Macron must be held in Paris. l'Élys&eac;e à from 7:15 p.m., reports BFMTV. Prime Minister Gabriel Attal, the Minister of the Interior G&rald Darmanin as well as the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs will be present. ;feelings around the President of the Republic.

18:57 – What weight will the result have of the far right in Parliament ?

The push to the extreme could be one of the strong elements of this European election . The challenge for nationalist parties is to obtain enough seats to influence the constitution of the majority to vote for or counter certain texts. If the results of these Europeans allow them to be 3rd and have enough advantage to prevent a majority ;eacute; relative, agreeing on broad guidelines, then legislation could be considerably slowed down. The regulations on the ecological transition are among the most contested by the National Rally and candidates from the European far right, in particular.

18:50 – Parliament blocked this evening ? The results of the Eurosceptics at the center of the game

The European Parliament has its own functioning. The  concepts of "majority" and "opposition" are a little different from those found in national parliamentary systems. We must understand that there is no "government" in the European Parliament as in national parliaments, but there are coalitions of political groups which form a majority. to support certain policies and resolutions. The majority is often formed by a coalition of political groups that hold the majority. seats and who cooperate to pass legislation. Political groups that are not part of the majority coalition are considered to be in opposition. They can criticize and oppose the initiatives of the majority. The results of the elections this Sunday will decide who will be in the majority. or in opposition.

18:36 – The result of the majority presidential election, the big subject of this Sunday evening

The executives of Macronie are already, at this very moment, talking about the results in order to have the right language elements in the meeting… Although these 2024 European elections are not national elections, and their only objective is to define the political lines of force in the European Parliament, they will nevertheless serve any barometer to assess the popularity of Emmanuel Macron, of his government. A disappointing result could weaken the end of his mandate, especially if the National Rally's score is much higher. The latest polls carried out this Friday even showed Raphaël Glucksmann's Socialist Party list in a position to overtake the list of the presidential majority this Sunday evening. Which would be a considerable setback: not only would the far right win a match in legitimacy democratic, but on the other hand, the rise of a social-democratic left would confirm that the left flank of its electorate no longer votes for Macronie. It is in reality the political space represented by Emmanuel Macron that would be reduced, between a strengthened government left and a right turned towards radicalism, capable of achieving considerable scores.

18:34 – À who will benefit from the increase in participation ?

While the participation rate is increasing for the European elections, who will it benefit ? If in the last polls before the start of the electoral truce, the list led by Jordan Bardella for the National Rally was in the race in té Indeed, will these estimates be confirmed in the ballot boxes ? Credited with a score half the number less important than the far-right candidate and neck and neck with Raphaël Glucksmann for the Socialist Party-Public Square, a defeat for Val&eacute ;rie Hayer would be a real blow to the majority. presidential election. If this scenario is indeed well considered, by the majority, a meeting of the committee campaign of the Macronist list must be held à Mutuality où will take place on the electoral evening of the presidential camp before the announcement of the results.

18:13 – The first estimates in Europe begin at fall

While the first estimates of the results of the French elections will be known later. from 8 p.m., in Europe, the first estimates start at 8 p.m. make yourself known. Thus, in Germany, the Social Democrats of Chancellor Olaf Scholz would have been defeated. defeated at the polls by the conservatives. The nationalist party would be second.

In Austria, the national-conservative party FPÔ would be in the lead according to the first polls, credité by 27% of the votes ahead of the conservatives with 23% of the votes.

It's 6 p.m. The main polling stations in France have closed. their doors to proceed to the counting of the results before the announcement of the latter at the end of the year. 20 hours. In large cities, voters have the opportunity to vote. to vote until 'à 8 p.m. as &agrav; Paris, Lyon, Marseille or even Grenoble.

17:59 – Results in France, then in Europe this evening< /h3>

We know when the first estimate of the composition of the new Parliament will be given: it will be posted online ;8:15 p.m.-8:30 p.m. by the European Parliament itself and transmitted in real time to Linternaute.com. The first provisional results will fall around 11:15 p.m.-11:45 p.m. If the full results arrive so late, it is partly the fault of the Italians, the last polling stations close at home à 11 p.m.!

17:58 – A voter causes a fight in a polling station

A voter who came to a polling station in Saint-Nicolas-lez-Arras in Nord-Pas-de-Calais caused a scandal when he was about to cast his ballot, reports La Voix du Nord. While holding your voter card is not mandatory to be able to vote, an identity document is required. However, a valid certificate is necessary. Equipped with an identity card Out of date for a long period of time, this reader, a withdrawal, has therefore been deleted. guest &agrav; provide another identity document valid to be able to vote. After returning to the his home in anger to go get a new document, the reader then took charge of it. the elected official who presided over the polling station, as well as the assessors and town hall employees in charge of the smooth running of the vote.< /p>

Shocking the ballot box and tearing part of the sheets from the margin book, a second reader present on the spot attempted to bring the withdrawal back to calm. In vain, the irascible reader having tried to to grab it under the dumbfounded gaze people holding the desk.

17:46 – The first final estimates announced before 8 p.m.

As is the case à Each French election, information sites across the Rhine will be closely scrutinized before the announcement of the first estimates. ; 20 hours. Indeed, while it is prohibited in France to reveal the first estimates before the closing of the last polling stations at the polls. 8 p.m. in large cities, this ban does not apply to Belgium.

What to do in the event of a major disappointment ? The tenors of the majority Presidential leaders will have to speak with one voice, this is in any case the instructions of the bosses of Renaissance. As Politico tells us, a meeting of the committee campaign from the Macronist list is planned in less than 25 minutes, at 6 p.m., à La Mutualité, where will take place on election night. Ministers, deputies and executives from Renaissance, from Edouard Philippe's Horizons party and from François Bayrou's MoDem must put themselves into action. agree on the elements of language to be used give in the media and on television sets. The goal is to appear positive and not to contradict oneself in the analysis of the results, while explaining that a defeat is the outcome. These elections should not stop the reformist action of the government.

17:31 – What are the departments with the most votes?

While participation in the European elections is up at 5 p.m. to 45.26% (compared to 43.29% in 2019), it is in the Côtes-d'Armor department that voters have turned out the most so far. With a participation rate of 54.99%, the department is ahead of Ardèche and Haute-Saône, which recorded a participation rate of 54.03% and 53.66% respectively.

&Agrave Conversely, it is in Val-d'Oise that the voters are the least numerous to have gone to the polling stations with a participation of 32.45%. Next come the departments of Seine-Saint-Denis with 32.53% participation and Haute-Corse with 34.67%.

Results of the 2024 Europeans: discover the live results

17:26 – After the results, the headache for Macron from this evening ?

Emmanuel Macron already analyzing; Expected results, projections, and already thinking ahead. &agrav; next with several scenarios in the event of a heavy defeat. According to information from Le Monde, the questions relate to a possible coalition with LR, a change of Prime Minister therefore, or a dissolution of the National Assembly. Another possibility émentioned by one's entourage: propose a reference "to give voice to the people again", but on a subject or a series of subjects about which we know nothing.

17:19 – An abstention estimated at 47.20% à 8 p.m.

According to Elabe's first estimates, the abstention rate ' 8 p.m. should reach 47.20%, a sharp decline compared to the previous election of 2019 where it was 49.88%. A result that is a far cry from 2009 when abstention came close to being a problem. the 60%. A record.

For now, voters can go to the polling stations which remain open until June 2019. 6 p.m., even 8 p.m. in big cities. The first estimates of the results will only be available later. from 8 p.m.

À 5 p.m., the turnout for the European elections rises to 45.26%. A score up compared to &agrav; 2019 où he settled in 43.29% à the same time.

The increase in participation continues to increase &agrav; each European election. It was in fact 35.07% at 17 hours in 2014 and 33.18% in 2009.

16:53 – The deputyé Aurélien Taché (LFI) denounces abusive radiation

On X (formerly Twitter), the MPé La France insoumise, Aurélien Taché denounced his « unfair dismissal » from the Cergy polling station to which he intended to go for these European elections. « Even a deputyé can be struck off, he lambasted. Announcing that he was going to launch legal action against this delisting, arguing that no such action was taken. informed.

The mayor of the town responded to the deputy on X. « Mr Aurélien Taché voluntarily registered on the electoral lists of Cergy on 02/11/2022, he first explained. And to add: « He wasé radiated on 05/6/2022 following à an attachment to another municipality. The delisting order was issued. transmitted by INSEE. »

16:33 – The PCF targeted for his failure ?

Remember that surveys do not predict results, but all institutes have been disagreement on one element concerning this election: the PCF list has never been updated. given above 5% of voting intentions for this election. If this is confirmed, then all the votes obtained by the PCF will be lost for the left, since below this 5% threshold, no candidate from the list is elected. It would not be absurd for activists or executives of other parties, who still form the Nupes in an institutional manner, to be disappointed with these results and tens of thousands of votes which will not be counted. At no time, however, was he attacked. question of a withdrawal of the PCF candidacy in this European campaign.

16:18 – Le r&eacute ;result of the lists on the left will be very observed; &agrav; 8 p.m.

This is one of the big issues of this electoral evening: which left-wing candidate will be at the head of the European elections ? The polls all placed the candidates in this order last Friday: Raphael Glucksmann of the PS well ahead of the LFI list. Far behind, EELV and still behind the PCF. If some point to the fact that the Nupes was divided, it is above all the capacity to survive. of the Socialist Party &agrav; remobilize around a more social-democratic line which must be at the heart of the analysis of the results. If the PS succeeds à achieve a score significantly higher than the previous one. that of rebellious France and the ecologists, then the socialists will be able to call on the left to take action. come together for the next electoral deadlines on its project. This is not nothing: for the left, the anchor point since the legislative elections has been France Insoumise. This evidence or state of affairs could change as of this evening.

15:56 – Results marred by “irregularities” ?

Missing ballots and ultimately false results for the 2024 European elections ? La France Insoumise makes it known on social networks that MPs s LFOs have identified local "irregularities . Manuel Bompard indicated  on Domont, in Val-d'Oise. The deputy and coordinator of the left party indicates that they wereé set up following à "an intervention" with representatives of the town hall. "Be vigilant and alert us of all malfunctions!" added Manuel Bompard. "Keep your eyes open. Fulfill your civic duty with vigilance. Report any malfunctions or irregularities,” the LFI president of rebellious deputies also indicated Mathilde Panot.

15:22 – What weight does the French election have this evening in the elections? European results ?

The French are electing 81 European deputies today, three more than in 2019 due to the start of the elections. United Kingdom's part of the European Union. But there are 720 elected representatives in Parliament in total. France is the second largest country in the world. have the largest number of seats in the European Parliament, but French influence is at stake. relativize. Elected officials join multinational groups and among the groups that have the most weight in Parliament, the French are largely in the minority. For example, the French delegation within the EPP group, the largest group in Parliament in terms of number to which François-Xavier Bellamy belongs, only represented 8 elected officials out of 177 is very little for a country like France, if we compare to the Germans who have 30 elected officials in this group. Likewise among the Social Democrats, second group, with 6 French people out of 141 elected. 

A trend which should not be reversed this Sunday, because the more votes a list wins in the elections, the more members it will be able to send to sit in the European Parliament. According to the voting intention surveys carried out during the campaign, the National Rally list, credited to more than 30% of the votes, should be the one which sends the most Euro MPs to the European Parliament. Strasbourg. But even if they become the majority in their ID group, French MPs will not frequently participate in winning majority coalitions, which will impact the majority coalition. rsquo;influence of France.

15:17 – Towards record participation in certain European countries ?

If voters in many European countries continue to go to the polls this Sunday, a record turnout in several European states is already set. expected at the end of the day. This is particularly the case in Hungary, where, à 1 p.m., 33% of voters had already slipped&eac; their ballot in the ballot box. A participation never before observed within this country which can be explained, among other things, by the holding of local elections at the same time as the European vote .

In Slovenia, participation was 11.73% compared to the previous year. 11:00. A record level which can be explained by: further by the simultaneous organization of three consultative meetings.
Finally, in Slovakia, 34.4% of voters went to the polling stations during the election held on Saturday, June 8. According to initial estimates, the centrist party, Progressive Slovakia, came in first with 28% of the vote. The neo-fascist party Republika would come third with 12.5% ​​of the vote and would thus win two seats in the European Parliament.

14:56 – In Spain, turnout down 28%

While participation was slightly up in France at 12 noon to 19.81% (19.26% in 2019), in Spain, conversely, the participation rate was down in the early afternoon. Thus, at 2 p.m., participation was 28% compared to 34.74% at the same time five years ago. A vote nevertheless considered “important” by the socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez who encouraged his fellow Spaniards to go to the polls. “I encourage participation, because it is the vote that decides whether we want a Europe of progress or a Europe of regression”, he said. on X.

This Sunday, while the vote is proportional, the vote of hundreds of thousands of French people, and the vote of hundreds of thousands of voters from other EU countries will be of no use to the candidates that they will have chosen. No fraud, no malfunction is involved. notice. If votes are not taken into account, it is for a reason related to the decision. a defined rule in France for this election. This rule is that of the 5% threshold. It stipulates that for a political party to obtain seats in the European Parliament, it must receive at least 5% of the votes cast at national level. This measure aims à avoid too much political fragmentation within Parliament, thus guaranteeing a certain stability and more effective governance during the mandate. As a reminder, several lists have been published. given below 5% in the polls, notably that of the PCF this week. Please note, these polls say nothing about this evening's result. But it is important data, especially for lists which were just above 5% and which may be in anxious wait, like EELV and Reconquest.


Behind Jordan Bardella, ultra-favorite in the polls with 30 or even 33% of voting intentions throughout the campaign, Valérie Hayer's Macronist list showed a strong showing. half results lower in surveys published before the reserve period, and even higher ;té closely followed by the left-wing list of Raphaël Glucksmann, around 15% in the latest surveys until 2019. Friday night. The three candidates formed the leading trio with a good lead over their competitors. The other lists, all credited with less than 10%, were in less good shape, certain heads of the list of the eight main French parties ;as &agrav; barely credited with the 5% allowing you to be elected. This was the case of Marie Toussaint, head of the environmentalist list, of Marion Maréchal of Reconquête, or of Lé eacute;on Deffontaines of the communist list. 

Here are the projections in terms of seats for each French political party among the 81 elected to the presidency. the outcome of the vote.

Here is the evolution of the polls during the 2024 European campaign, allowing us to visualize the dynamics of each party.

The surveys were carried out published until Friday June 7, before the start of the reserve period guaranteeing the smooth running of the # 39;éelection. These are indications of voting intentions. at any given time, but they cannot be understood as reliable predictions of the results of the election. It will therefore be necessary to follow the results of the Europeans on June 9, from 8 p.m.

  • 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
  • Pyrenees-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-Garonne Far left LEFT Ecologists Miscellaneous Center RIGHT Far right No result

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 outcome of the 2024 European Union will influence the policy of the European Union and beyond. the outcome of the vote the European Parliament could lean towards right according to polls carried out in the 27 countries of the EU. If in each country, voters vote for national political groups, the latter  They then come together within larger political groups. across the European Parliament, depending on their ideologies. There are currently seven groups in the European Parliament, which are from most to least important:

  • 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 Reconqueste appears.< /li>
  • The radical left group, supported by France Insoumise.

According to current projections made on poll results. The dominant forces would remain the same with an advantage for the European People's Party (that of LR). But the Renew group (linked to the Macronist majority) should lose strength, the difference between the two conservative parties which would swell their ranks. The advantage would for the moment go to the Conservatives and reformists (including the elected representatives Reconquête). The left-wing forces would risk losing certain elected officials. The European Parliament could then be composed of members of the European Parliament. for the majority of those on the right and far right.

A selection that is too or not enough European ?

The results of the European elections will therefore above all influence the balance of power between the different political parties in the country. #39;European Union and in fact the policy which weighs on its 27 member countries. Questions related to the defense of Europe, in a tense geopolitical context (war in Ukraine, big eyes from Moscow, conflict in the Middle East or even terrorist risk), and those relating to the defense of Europe, in a tense geopolitical context (war in Ukraine, big eyes from Moscow, conflict in the Middle East or even terrorist risk), and those relating to #39;éeconomy arise. And the subjects dealt with at the European level are in line with the concerns of the French who place purchasing power and ;economy in mind. Then come security, immigration and social protection, then a little later the environment according to Opinionway's Eurotrack. 

The fact remains that the results of the vote will not change the political balance in place in France, at least not directly and not in the imm& oacute;diat. They will however be able to give trends on the rise of certain parties and the loss of speed of other political forces, trends which will be used in the coming months during the debates on certain laws and especially during the next presidential election.

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