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Norwegian parliamentary election Dates 2017
The next Norwegian parliamentary election is set for 11 September 2017.
The Norwegian legislature, the Storting, will be elected for a new four-year term. All the 169 parliamentary seats will be up for grabs.
Norway parliamentary election Voting Results Live 2017
The country of 5.2 million people uses a modified proportional representation system in which 150 MPs in the 169-seat storting are directly elected in Norway’s 19 constituencies.
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Norway parliamentary election Dates 2017
On 22 April 2016, the Norwegian government announced that the date of the election is set to be Monday, 11 September 2017. Additionally, each municipal council may vote to extend voting by one day, by also opening the polling stations on Sunday, 10 September
There are currently eight political parties represented in the Norwegian parliament, all of whom are likely to participate in the 2017 elections
Norway parliamentary election Political Parties 2017
The Labour Party is with its 55 seats in parliament the largest party of the 2013-2017 parliament. Labour describes itself as a social-democratic party of the centre-left.
- The Conservative Party is the largest party of the incumbent government. Currently, the Conservatives hold 48 seats, after having garnered close to 27 percent of the vote in the previous election.
- The Progress Party is led by Siv Jensen and currently serves as the junior partner in the Solberg cabinet. The party identifies as classical liberal and conservative-liberal.
- The Christian Democratic Party is a centrist party based on Christian democratic values. The party is led by Knut Arild Hareide, and participated in the 2013 election as a proponent of the centre-right coalition led by the Conservatives.
The Centre Party is the fifth largest party in the Norwegian legislature, with 10 seats. Between 2005 and 2013 the party served as a junior partner in the Red-Green government. The party is led by Trygve Slagsvold Vedum. The party is primarily agrarian, with some conservative and some liberal factions.
- The Liberal Party of Trine Skei Grande currently holds 9 seats in the Norwegian parliament. It claims to be the sole social-liberal party in the country, and positions itself in the centre of Norwegian politics.
- The Socialist Left Party is the second smallest party in parliament, and campaigned for a third term as a part of the Red-Green coalition government in 2013. The party sees itself as democratic socialist and environmentalist. Since 2012, Audun Lysbakken has CHAIRED the party.
- The Green Party made its debut in the Norwegian parliament in the 2013 election, gaining a single seat from the Oslo district. The Greens have no official party leader, but rather two national spokespersons are Une Aina Bastholm and Rasmus Hansson.
Norwegian parliamentary election opinion poll 2017
In the run up to the 2017 parliamentary elections in the Norway, various organisations carry out opinion polling to gauge voting intention in Norway. Results of such polls are displayed in this article.
Norwegian parliamentary election result 2013
|Labour Party (Arbeiderpartiet)||874,769||30.8||−4.5||55||−9||32.5|
|Conservative Party (Høyre)||760,232||26.8||+9.6||48||+18||28.4|
|Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet)||463,560||16.3||−6.6||29||−12||17.2|
|Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti)||158,475||5.6||0.0||10||0||5.9|
|Centre Party (Senterpartiet)||155,357||5.5||−0.7||10||−1||5.9|
|Liberal Party (Venstre)||148,275||5.2||+1.4||9||+7||5.3|
|Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti)||116,021||4.1||−2.1||7||−4||4.1|
|Green Party (Miljøpartiet De Grønne)||79,152||2.8||+2.4||1||+1||0.6|
|Red Party (Rødt)||30,751||1.1||−0.3||0||0|
|The Christians (De Kristne)||17,731||0.6||+0.6||0||0|
|Pensioners' Party (Pensjonistpartiet)||11,865||0.4||0.0||0||0|
|Pirate Party (Piratpartiet)||9,869||0.3||+0.3||0||0|
|Coastal Party (Kystpartiet)||3,311||0.1||−0.1||0||0|
|Democrats in Norway (Demokratene i Norge)||2,214||0.1||+0.1||0||0|
|Christian Unity Party (Kristent Samlingsparti)||1,722||0.1||−0.1||0||0|
|Liberal People's Party (Det Liberale Folkepartiet)||909||0.0||0.0||0||0|
|Communist Party of Norway (Norges Kommunistiske Parti)||611||0.0||0.0||0||0|
|Hospital to Alta (Sykehus til Alta)||467||0.0||0.0||0||0|
|Society Party (Samfunnspartiet)||295||0.0||0.0||0||0|
|LoVeSe (Folkeliste mot oljeboring i Lofoten, Vesterålen og Senja)||268||0.0||0.0||0||0|
|People's Power (Folkemakten)||175||0.0||0.0||0||0|
(Conservative Party, Progress Party, Christian Democratic Party, Liberal Party)
(Labour Party, Centre Party, Socialist Left Party)