As pool preview the coalition compose by Social Democrat party and Left Green Movement lead by Johanna Sigurdardottir win today the parliamentary election in Iceland with 51.5% of the vote and 34 seats (29.8% and 20 seats for the Social Democrats and 21.7% and 14 seats for the Left Green Movement). Great defeat the Independence Party who lost 12.9% of the vote and 9 seats.
Here the schedule of the results.
Election letter B – Framsóknarflokkurinn (Progressive Party), 27.699 votes or 14.8% and 9 seats (an increase of two)
Election letter D – Sjálfstæðisflokkurinn (Independence Party). 44.369 votes or 23.7% and 16 seats (lost nine MPs)
Election letter F – Frjálslyndi flokkurinn (Liberal Party), 4148 votes or 2.2% and no seats (lost four)
Election letter O – Borgarahreyfingin (Civic Movement), 13.519 votes or 7.2% and 4 seats (brand new party elected for the first time)
Election letter P – Lýðræðishreyfingin (Democracy Movement), 1107 votes or 0.6% and no seats (brand new party running for the first time)
Election letter S – Samfylkingin (Social Democratic Alliance), 55758 votes or 29.8% and 20 seats (two more MPs than last time)
Election letter V – Vinstri Grænir (Left Green Movement), 40.580 votes or 21.7% and 14 seats (gains five more parliamentarians)
Empty ballots counted 6226 or 3.2%, not valid 528 or 0.3% total votes casted were 193.934. Registered voters in Iceland are 227.896 that means that some 85.1% voted yesterday.