2009 European Parliament election in Slovenia

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European Parliament election in Slovenia, 2009
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  2004 7 June 2009 2014  

7 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout28.36%
 First partySecond partyThird party
  Milan Zver 2011.jpg 2011 Lojze Peterle.JPG
Leader Milan Zver Zoran Thaler Lojze Peterle
Party SDS SD NSi
Alliance EPP PES EPP
Last election17.65%14.65%23.75%
Seats before212
Seats after2 + 122
Seat changeIncrease2.svg 1Increase2.svg 1Steady2.svg 0
Popular vote123.36985.40276.497
Percentage26.66%18.43%16.58%
SwingIncrease2.svg 9.01%Increase2.svg 3.78%Decrease2.svg 7.17%

 Fourth partyFifth party
  Jelko Kacin 2013.jpg
Leader Jelko Kacin Ivo Vajgl
Party LDS Zares
Alliance ALDE ALDE
Last election21.91%New party
Seats before20
Seats after11
Seat changeDecrease2.svg 1Increase2.svg 1
Popular vote53.21245.237
Percentage11.48%9.76%
SwingDecrease2.svg 10.43%Increase2.svg 9.76 %

The European Parliament election of 2009 in Slovenia was the election of the delegation from Slovenia to the European Parliament in 2009.

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Candidates

Political PartyCandidateCandidateCandidateCandidateCandidateCandidateCandidate
Christian Socialists of Slovenia (KSS) Maruša Benkič Nedeljo Dabič Gabrijela Čevnik Valentina Stopar Srečko Prislan Nina Plahutnik Suhadolnik Andrej Magajna
Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS) Karl Erjavec Marija Gjerkeš Dugonik Drago Mirošič Andrejka Majhen Joško Godec Silva Savšek Avgust Heričko
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) Jelko Kacin Mirjam Muženič Slavko Ziherl Sonja Kralj Bervar Borut Cink Darja Mohorič Aleš Gulič
New Slovenia (NSi) Lojze Peterle Ljudmila Novak Mojca Kucler Dolinar Anton Kokalj Alenka Šverc Klemen Žumer Ksenija Kraševec
Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) Milan Zver Romana Jordan Cizelj Zofija Mazej Kukovič Dragutin Mate Mirko Zamernik Katja Koren Miklavec Anže Logar
Slovenian National Party (SNS) Sergej Čas Barbara Jerman Nina Mavrin Donja Hudoklin Aleš Bandur Janja Čas Matej Ivanuša
Slovenian People's Party (SLS) Ivan Žagar Marta Ciraj Marjan Senjur Nada Skuk Ciril Smrkolj Marija Ribič Janez Podobnik
Social Democrats (SD) Zoran Thaler Tanja Fajon Andrej Horvat Mojca Kleva Lev Kreft Karmen Pahor Andreja Katič
United Greens Vlado Čuš Lucija Mozetič Mihael Jarc Teja Dumenčić Franc Černagoj Tomaž Ogrin Tamara Galun
Youth Party of Slovenia (SMS) Darko Krajnc Nataša Lorber Katja Grabnar Idris Fadul Peter Janeš Maja Kovač Miha Jazbinšek
Zares Ivo Vajgl Felicita Medved Roman Jakič Bernarda Jeklin Peter Česnik Cveta Zalokar Matej Lahovnik
Independent List for the Rights of Patients Marko Šidjanin Tadeja Cankar Davanzo Andraž Košir Tina Jakopin

Opinion polls

SourceDate SDS SD LDS DeSUS NSi Zares SNS SLS NLPD SMS
Mediana 11–13 May19.5% (2)17.4% (2)12.7% (1)11.7% (1)10.2% (1)8.6%3.4%1.3%2.2%N/A
Delo 12–14 May21% (2)16% (2)12% (1)5.5%10% (1)11% (1)4%4%N/A4%
Delo 21–22 May20% (2)15% (1)9% (1)9% (1)10% (1)11% (1)2%2%N/A2%
Zurnal 28 May28% (3)24% (2)7%6%10% (1)12% (1)4%4%N/AN/A
Delo 27–28 May22% (2)16% (2)8% (1)7%9% (1)13% (1)N/AN/AN/AN/A
Mediana 25–27 May20.6% (2)15.9% (1)8.3% (1)11.1% (1)11.3% (1)8%3.4%1.9%1.2%0.4%

Results

PartyVotes%Seats
Initial+/–Post-Lisbon+/–
Slovenian Democratic Party 123,56326.66203+1
Social Democrats  85,40718.432+120
New Slovenia 76,86616.581–110
Liberal Democracy of Slovenia 53,21211.481–110
Zares 45,2389.761New10
Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia 33,2927.180000
Slovenian People's Party 16,6013.580000
Slovenian National Party 13,2272.850000
Youth Party – European Greens 9,0931.960000
United Greens3,3820.730New00
Independent List for the Rights of Patients2,0640.450New00
Christian Socialists of Slovenia1,5270.330New00
Total463,472100.00708+1
Valid votes463,47296.14
Invalid/blank votes18,5863.86
Total votes482,058100.00
Registered voters/turnout1,699,75528.36
Source: DVK, DVK

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