All 200 seats in the Chamber of Deputies
101 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||57.9% ( 16,13%)|
Districts won by respective parties
Parliamentary elections were held in the Czech Republic on 14 and 15 June 2002.The result was a victory for the Czech Social Democratic Party, which won 70 of the 200 seats. Voter turnout was 57.9%.
|Money Spent||75,000,000 Kč||72,000,000 Kč||60,000,000 Kč||10,500,000 Kč||10,000,000 Kč||2,500,000 Kč|
|14-15 Jun 2002||Election||30.2||24.5||14.3||18.5||12.5|
|5 - 12 Jun 2002||CVVM||29.0||27.0||13.5||17.5||13.0|
|6 Jun 2002||TNS Factum||29.4||27.8||13.1||18.4||11.3|
|20–27 May 2002||CVVM||21.5||19.5||11.5||10.0||37.5|
|22 - 29 Apr 2002||CVVM||24.0||22.0||12.5||14.5||27.0|
|17 Apr 2002||TNS Factum||24.1||28.2||19.6||17.5||10.6|
|4 Apr 2002||STEM||23.7||26.4||17.0||14.1||18.8|
|22 Mar - 2 Apr 2002||CVVM||22.0||20.0||17.0||14.0||27.0|
|8 Mar 2002||TNS Factum||25.0||30.5||17.0||16.2||11.3|
|4 Mar 2002||STEM||26.4||23.7||16.9||14.1||18.9|
|15 Feb 2002||CVVM||23.0||18.5||23.0||13.5||22.0|
|15 Feb 2002||STEM||23.8||23.0||19.1||13.4||20.7|
|24 Jan 2002||STEM||21.5||21.3||22.5||15.6||19.1|
|7 Jan 2002||CVVM||24.0||18.0||20.0||10.0||28.0|
|Czech Social Democratic Party||1,440,279||30.20||70||–4|
|Civic Democratic Party||1,166,975||24.47||58||–5|
|Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia||882,653||18.51||41||+17|
|Four-Coalition (KDU–ČSL, US–DEU)||680,670||14.27||31||-8|
|Union of Independents||132,699||2.78||0||New|
|Republicans of Miroslav Sládek||46,325||0.97||0||New|
|Party for Life Security||41,404||0.86||0||New|
|Czech National Social Party||38,655||0.81||0||0|
|Civic Democratic Alliance||24,278||0.50||0||New|
|Choice for the Future||16,730||0.35||0||New|
|Path of Change||13,169||0.27||0||New|
|Moravian Democratic Party||12,957||0.27||0||0|
|Party of Common Sense||10,849||0.22||0||New|
|Akce za zrus.Senatu a proti t.||9,637||0.20||0||New|
|Balbínova poetickí strana||9,287||0.19||0||New|
|National Democratic Party||5,532||0.11||0||New|
|Czech Social Democratic Movement||602||0.01||0||New|
|Roma Civic Initiative||523||0.01||0||New|
|Party of Democratic Socialism||475||0.00||0||New|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver|
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