EP Election 1999

# Seat share Seats Vote share ±
Con 41.4 36 33.5 +6.5
Lab 33.3 29 26.3 -16.4
LD 11.5 10 11.9 -4.2
UKIP 3.4 3 6.5
GP 2.3 2 5.9 +2.8
SNP1 2.3 2 2.5 -0.5
Plaid2 2.3 2 1.7 +0.7
DUP3 1.1 1 1.8 +0.8
SDLP4 1.1 1 1.8 +0.8
UUP5 1.1 1 1.1 +0.3
EuCon 0 1.3
SF 0 1.1
BNP 0 1.0
1 Scottish National Party (SNP) took 2 seats with 27.2% of the vote in Scotland.
2 Plaid Cymru (Plaid) took 2 seats with 29.6% of the Welsh vote.
3 Democratic Unionists (Ian Paisley) took 1 seat with 28.4% of the vote in Northern Ireland.
4 Social Democratic and Labour Party (John Hume) took 1 seat with 28.1% of the vote in Northern Ireland.
5 Ulster Unionists (Jim Nicholson) took 1 seat with 17.6% of the vote in Northern Ireland.
Date
10 Jun 1999
Total seats: 87
National
Election: 01 May 1997
Cabinet: 02 May 1997 – Blair I
Sources
British Electoral Facts 2006
UK Office of the European Parliament
Wikipedia
· EN – European Parliament election, 1999 (United Kingdom)
Votes
Electorate: 44,458,638
Total votes: 10,681,062
Valid votes: 10,656,080
Calculated (2018-07-15 ...)
ENP votes (seats): 4.9 (3.3)
Disp. 8.4 · Adv.ratio: 1.33
Polarization (seats): 0.37
0.35