European Parliament election, 1984 (France)
In 1984 the second direct elections to the European Parliament were held in France. Four parties were able to win seats: an alliance of the centre right Union for French Democracy and the Gaullist Rally for the Republic, the Socialist Party and the French Communist Party, and the Front National. 56.7% of the French population turned out on election day.
|← 1979 • 1984 • 1989 →|
|National party||European party||Main candidate||Votes||%||+/−||Seats||+/−|
|Union for French Democracy (UDF) + Rally for the Republic (RPR)||Simone Veil||8,683,596||43.03||41|
|Socialist Party (PS)||Lionel Jospin||4,188,875||20.76||20|
|Communist Party (PCF)||Georges Marchais||2,261,312||11.21||10|
|National Front (FN)||Jean-Marie Le Pen||2,210,334||10.95||10|
|The Greens (VERTS)||Didier Anger||680,080||3.37||0|
|UCR + Ecologists + MRG||François Doubin
|Workers' Struggle (LO)||Arlette Laguiller||417,702||2.07||0|
|Union for French Democracy dissidents (UDF diss.)||Francine Gomez||382,404||1.89||0|
|Blank and invalid votes||737,838||3.53|
|Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout||36,880,688||56.72|
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