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« Reply #75 on: June 07, 2009, 04:16:57 PM »
« edited: June 07, 2009, 04:31:23 PM by no guns, no mobiles, no sex »

Berlin
CDU 24.3 (-2.1), Greens 23.6 (+0.8), SPD 18.8 (-0.4), Left 14.7 (+0.3), FDP 8.7 (+3.4)
Baden-Württemberg
CDU 38.7 (-8.7), SPD 18.1 (-1.5), Greens 15.0 (+0.6), FDP 14.1 (+7.3), Left 3.0 (+1.9)
Rhineland-Pfalz
CDU 39.9 (-7.5), CDU 25.7 (0), FDP 11.1 (+4.6), Greens 9.5 (+0.4), Left 3.5 (+2.3)
Saar
CDU 35.9 (-8.7), SPD 26.6 (-3.4), Left 12.0 (+10.0), FDP 8.1 (+3.6), Greens 7.7 (-0.1)

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« Reply #76 on: June 07, 2009, 04:26:55 PM »

Wait... why did Finland lose a seat?
And what's with the outbreak of True Finnishness?
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« Reply #77 on: June 07, 2009, 04:47:07 PM »

The European parliament has lost 49 seats this election:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Parliament_election,_2009#Re-apportionment_of_seats
And it seems that nationalist parties have done rather well from the economic crisis.
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« Reply #78 on: June 07, 2009, 06:43:41 PM »

Poland Exit Poll:

PO: 52.6
PiS: 22.9
SLD-UP: 13.5
PSL: 6.3

Turnout: 27%

Liberals fake liberals and Independants fascists left seatless in Poland

F'xed.
Thanks Hash, it's better like this.

Polish results were so weird for many years, we can't say it's bad for almost 2 years. At last, a normal party and maybe a stable government for some years.
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« Reply #79 on: June 07, 2009, 07:15:31 PM »

Italia

PdL 29
PD 23
Lega 8
Italia dei Valori 7
UDC 5
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« Reply #80 on: June 07, 2009, 07:16:31 PM »

Italia

PdL 29
PD 23
Lega 8
Italia dei Valori 7
UDC 5

I suppose than this is a defeat for Berlusconi?
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« Reply #81 on: June 07, 2009, 07:19:10 PM »

Italia

PdL 29
PD 23
Lega 8
Italia dei Valori 7
UDC 5

I suppose than this is a defeat for Berlusconi?

Only 40% is counted... but it's a surprisingly good result and gives me hope that no all Italians are idiots.
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« Reply #82 on: June 07, 2009, 07:31:34 PM »
« Edited: June 07, 2009, 07:35:55 PM by Keystone Phil »

Italia

PdL 29
PD 23
Lega 8
Italia dei Valori 7
UDC 5

I suppose than this is a defeat for Berlusconi?

Only 40% is counted... but it's a surprisingly good result and gives me hope that no all Italians are idiots.

Yeah, I'm holding out hope that it gets better since we still have about 60% left to be counted. That being said, Berlusconi should not have opened his mouth about this being a landslide. It looks like turn out was down big time.

The prediction by Sky 24 right now shows PdL with 35.6% and PD with about 26%. The PD was expected to get around 25-27% but PdL should be around 40%.
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« Reply #83 on: June 07, 2009, 07:32:40 PM »

Pirate Party wins a seat and Junilistan loses all three. Sweden is the best. Grin



http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/international/nyhetssidor/artikel.asp?ProgramID=3471&Format=1&artikel=2887888
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« Reply #84 on: June 07, 2009, 07:58:29 PM »

1. 22.73% - Ecolo (Wallonia 2009)
2. 22.7% - Ecolo (Wallonia 1999)
3. 17.2% - Miljöpartiet de Gröna (Sweden by-election 1995)
4. 16.8% - Déi Gréng (Luxembourg 2009)
5. 16.6% - Ecolo (Wallonia 1989)
6. 16.2% - Europe Ecologie (France 2009)
7. 15.02% - Déi Gréng (Luxembourg 2004)
8. 14.9% - Ecology Party (UK 1989)
9. 13.4% - Vihreät (Finland 1999)
10. 13% - Ecolo (Wallonia 1994)
11. 12.9% - Grünen (Austria 2004)
12. 12.4% - Vihreät (Finland 2009)
13. 12.2% - Groen! (Flanders 1989)
14. 12.1% - Grünen (Germany 2009)
15. 12% - Groen! (Flanders 1999)
16. 11.94% - Grünen (Germany 2004)
17. 11.8% - GroenLinks (Netherlands, 1999)
18. 10.9% - Déi Gréng (Luxembourg 1994)
19. 10.7% - Déi Gréng (Luxembourg 1999)
20. 10.7% - Groen! (Flanders 1994)
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« Reply #85 on: June 07, 2009, 10:06:50 PM »

No one wants maps? Links people!
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« Reply #86 on: June 07, 2009, 11:55:05 PM »

PDL is the biggest party in Europe it seems, the only party with more than 10 Mio. votes.

CDU/CSU was next with 9.97 Mio. votes.

Still, Berlusconi's party started the campaign with a 15-20 point margin that narrowed down to about 12-14 points two weeks before the election, when the polls were banned. Now the final result will be 35-26, a 9-point margin. It's still a win, but certainly much closer than he would have thought. The Left in Italy was not "humiliated" at least, like he said.

The strong Lega result (11%) was probably because of high turnout in the North.
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« Reply #87 on: June 07, 2009, 11:58:34 PM »


Germany (Leading party in each district):

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« Reply #88 on: June 08, 2009, 12:01:54 AM »

Well, click here for party maps in all German districts (I´m too lazy to post all of them):

http://www.bundeswahlleiter.de/en/europawahlen/EU_BUND_09/ergebnisse/bundesergebnisse/themkarten/tk_wahlbeteiligung_l_99.html

It's in English !
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« Reply #89 on: June 08, 2009, 12:14:17 AM »

PDL is the biggest party in Europe it seems, the only party with more than 10 Mio. votes.

CDU/CSU was next with 9.97 Mio. votes.

Still, Berlusconi's party started the campaign with a 15-20 point margin that narrowed down to about 12-14 points two weeks before the election, when the polls were banned. Now the final result will be 35-26, a 9-point margin. It's still a win, but certainly much closer than he would have thought. The Left in Italy was not "humiliated" at least, like he said.

The strong Lega result (11%) was probably because of high turnout in the North.

Sure, it wasn't humiliating but it says something when your opponent (Berlusconi) is in the middle of a dirty sex scandal, that's all the people want to talk about, his party underperforms and you still can't get more than what the polls had you stuck at for weeks.

Listen, I'm the first to admit that PdL should have hit 40% but I can live with the fact that turnout was down because you have the Prime Minister/leader of the ruling party with pictures of his penis floating around along with some other unflattering rumors. Plus, Silvio bragging about such a big win certainly kept some supporters at home. I'm less willing to live with that factor since he could have controlled that whereas the rumors about him and this girl were more out of his control (at least when compared to his result predictions).

Of course his lead of twenty points was going to dip. The fact that it only dipped by eleven points says something, too. And, again, I can't stress enough how the PdL underperformed. PD has nothing to brag about after today. Nothing. They gained one seat. PdL gained five. Nothing to brag about.
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« Reply #90 on: June 08, 2009, 12:23:38 AM »

I meant, I could make maps if people provide the stats.
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« Reply #91 on: June 08, 2009, 12:26:47 AM »

PDL is the biggest party in Europe it seems, the only party with more than 10 Mio. votes.

CDU/CSU was next with 9.97 Mio. votes.

Still, Berlusconi's party started the campaign with a 15-20 point margin that narrowed down to about 12-14 points two weeks before the election, when the polls were banned. Now the final result will be 35-26, a 9-point margin. It's still a win, but certainly much closer than he would have thought. The Left in Italy was not "humiliated" at least, like he said.

The strong Lega result (11%) was probably because of high turnout in the North.

Sure, it wasn't humiliating but it says something when your opponent (Berlusconi) is in the middle of a dirty sex scandal, that's all the people want to talk about, his party underperforms and you still can't get more than what the polls had you stuck at for weeks.

Listen, I'm the first to admit that PdL should have hit 40% but I can live with the fact that turnout was down because you have the Prime Minister/leader of the ruling party with pictures of his penis floating around along with some other unflattering rumors. Plus, Silvio bragging about such a big win certainly kept some supporters at home. I'm less willing to live with that factor since he could have controlled that whereas the rumors about him and this girl were more out of his control (at least when compared to his result predictions).

Of course his lead of twenty points was going to dip. The fact that it only dipped by eleven points says something, too. And, again, I can't stress enough how the PdL underperformed. PD has nothing to brag about after today. Nothing. They gained one seat. PdL gained five. Nothing to brag about.

It's not like a majority of Italians saw these pictures. They are banned in Italy. Maybe 2%, who surfed in the Internet to the Spanish website of El Pais saw these pictures ...

Sure, there's not much for the PD to brag about, but the last polls I saw had them at 25% and the PDL at 40-41%. The PDL had a closing problem and this in an election where the Right did generally very well. Imagine what the result would have looked like without the fusion of Alleanza Nazionale with Forza Italia. FI and PD would be tied, or the PD would have been ahead, given that AN used to poll around 10-12%. I´m looking forward to the next Italian general election.
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« Reply #92 on: June 08, 2009, 12:40:41 AM »

Results in the three towns that mean the most to me. I'm just posting the top five vote getters in each town...



Carife, Campania (where my Dad's side of the family is from)

IL POPOLO DELLA LIBERTA'  371               36,08
 
PARTITO DEMOCRATICO  210                    20,42
 
UNIONE DI CENTRO  128                          12,45
 
DI PIETRO ITALIA DEI VALORI  111           10,79
 
SINISTRA E LIBERTA'  59                             5,73
 

Enna, Sicilia (where my Mom's side of the family is from). Damn MpA kept PdL out of first! Even then, PD does alarmingly well here. I'm very disappointed.

PARTITO DEMOCRATICO  4.002                                                 35,58
 
IL POPOLO DELLA LIBERTA'  2.905                                            25,83
 
UNIONE DI CENTRO  1.498                                                        13,32
 
LA DESTRA-MPA- PENSIONATI -ALL.DI CENTRO  1.210               10,75
 
DI PIETRO ITALIA DEI VALORI  617                                             5,48
 


Quarto, Campania  (I mentioned before why this place means something to me)

IL POPOLO DELLA LIBERTA'  8.134                               49,64
 
PARTITO DEMOCRATICO  3.617                                    22,07
 
UNIONE DI CENTRO  1.232                                           7,51
 
DI PIETRO ITALIA DEI VALORI  1.184                            7,22
 
RIFOND.COM. - SIN.EUROPEA - COM.ITALIANI  808      4,93

Ironically, my friends despise Berlusconi. Not sure if they voted for PD or one of the other parties. I know one of them voted for Veltroni in 2008 just because he hates Berlusconi so much even though he dislikes PD, too. Whatever the case, I'm amused that I'm friends with such people in such a PdL stronghold.
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« Reply #93 on: June 08, 2009, 12:47:34 AM »

I also have relatives living in Northern Italy, in Friuli Venezia Giulia:

The result of their town:

IL POPOLO DELLA LIBERTA'      33,18
LEGA NORD                               30,12
PARTITO DEMOCRATICO           14,83
UNIONE DI CENTRO                    9,73
DI PIETRO ITALIA DEI VALORI     3,62
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« Reply #94 on: June 08, 2009, 12:56:36 AM »



It's not like a majority of Italians saw these pictures. They are banned in Italy. Maybe 2%, who surfed in the Internet to the Spanish website of El Pais saw these pictures ...

You don't think more people heard about them? Are they actually banned in Italy? I mean, I'd believe it considering the power Berlusconi has in the media which is obviously disgusting.

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The Right elsewhere didn't have to compete with this type of scandal and also have the benefit of campaigning against the incumbent Leftists in many cases.

I don't need to imagine a result with Fini's crew because that's not going to happen.

I don't know why you're looking forward to the next Italian General election.  Tongue  Berlusconi still has decent personal ratings, his party still comfortably beat the Left and turn out won't be nearly as poor in a General compared to this election (which would help PdL). Also, add another 11% to Berlusconi's 35% if we're talking about a General since Lega Nord will be with him. Plus, you're going to be waiting awhile for the next General in Italy.  Wink
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« Reply #95 on: June 08, 2009, 01:16:41 AM »

Final map with winners in each country:



Tories and ODS have announced that they will leave the EPP.

Pilsoniska Savieniba in Latvia has no EP affiliation yet.
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« Reply #96 on: June 08, 2009, 01:19:13 AM »

Why are the Tories leaving the EPP?
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« Reply #97 on: June 08, 2009, 01:23:46 AM »

Results from Italy's eleven* largest cities show only five cities voting for PD - Genoa, Turin, Bologna, Florence and Venice. The results in Turin and Venice were very close though. Bologna and Florence were predictable.

PD actually came in third in Catania (behind PdL and MpA). I was actually surprised that the Right won (and by somewhat comfortable margins) in other major cities. I guess it's just weird for me, as an American, to see the Right actually win in major cities.


* I did eleven cities since Venice is the eleventh largest in Italy and thought they ought to be included.


Why are the Tories leaving the EPP?

To satisfy the hardcore Euroskeptics within the party.
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« Reply #98 on: June 08, 2009, 01:29:59 AM »

Nothing special in the Hungary Exit Poll by Szonda Ipsos:

Fidesz: 67%
MSZP: 19%
Jobbik: 8%
MDF: 3%
SZDSZ: 2%

LOL @ Hungary Exit Polls !

Jobbik (Nazis) got 15% in the actual count, while the conservative Fidesz got only 56% ...
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« Reply #99 on: June 08, 2009, 01:31:46 AM »

PdL at 35% is a very disappointing result for them.Anything less than 40% would have been bad,35% is very bad.
26% is barely decent for PD,but at least it will survive.Should I remind you that only a few months ago Veltroni resigned and it seemed that PD was on the verge of an incredibly humiliating defeat?Also,the Radicali got almost 3%,and they were with PD in 2008.So,overall,decent result.
I am sad that Sinistra e Libertŕ didn't make it,they have a good programme,a good leader and good candidates.Much better than the Rifondazione crap.
Also,funny that in the North-East PdL got only 0.07% more than PD.
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