Belgian Federal election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls, Past Belgian Federal election Results, Belgian Polish Elections Results 2019 by party, Belgian Cabinet Ministers list, Belgian Prime Ministers List, Belgian President List, Belgian Ministers List 2019, Greece Elections

Belgian Federal election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls, Past Belgian Federal election Results, Belgian Polish Elections Results 2019 by party, Belgian Cabinet Ministers list, Belgian Prime Ministers List, Belgian President List, Belgian Ministers List 2019, Greece Elections

Belgian federal election schedule 2019

The next Belgian federal election will take place on the same day as the 2019 European Parliament elections and the 2019 Belgian regional elections,unless snap elections are called. This arrangement is new since the 2011–14 state reform.
In the election, all 150 members of the Chamber of Representatives will be elected in eleven multi-member constituencies.

Electoral system

The 150 members of the Chamber of Representatives will be elected in 11 multi-member constituencies with between 4 and 24 seats. Seats are allocated using the d'Hondt method, with an electoral threshold of 5% per constituency.

Parties and leaders

Political party Party leader Seats
Flemish parties in Parliament
  New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) Bart De Wever (since 2004, re-elected in 2008, 2011, 2014; election due in 2017) 33 (government)
  Christian Democratic and Flemish (CD&V) Wouter Beke (since 2010, re-elected in 2016) 18 (government)
  Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats (Open Vld) Gwendolyn Rutten (since 2012, re-elected in 2016) 14 (government)
  Socialist Party Different (sp.a) John Crombez (since 2015, defeating incumbent Bruno Tobback) 13 (opposition)
  Green (Groen) Meyrem Almaci (since 2014) 6 (opposition)
  Flemish Interest (Vlaams Belang) Tom Van Grieken (since 2014) 3 (opposition)
French-speaking parties in Parliament
  Socialist Party (PS) Elio Di Rupo (since 1999, except during 2011-2014 while Prime Minister) 23 (opposition)
  Reformist Movement (MR) Olivier Chastel (since 2014, replacing Charles Michel who became Prime Minister) 20 (government)
  Humanist Democratic Centre (cdH) Benoît Lutgen (since 2011) 9 (opposition)
  Ecolo (Ecolo) Zakia Khattabi & Patrick Dupriez (since 2015) 6 (opposition)
  Democratic Federalist Independent (DéFI) Olivier Maingain (since 1995) 2 (opposition)
  People's Party (Parti Populaire) Mischaël Modrikamen (since 2009) 1 (opposition)
National (bilingual) parties in Parliament
  Workers' Party (PVDA-PTB) Peter Mertens (since 2008) 2 (opposition)


Opinion Poll or Seat Projections for Belgian federal election 2019

76 seats needed for majority​

Date(s) conducted Polling firm Newspaper N-VA CD&V Open
Vld
MR sp.a Groen Vlaams
Belang
PVDA/PTB PS cdH Ecolo PP FDF Others Lead Government Opposition Lead
19–25 September 2016 Ipsos RTL TVi / Le Soir / VTM / Het Laatste Nieuws[5] 24 18 11 19 13 10 10 11 19 6 5 2 2 0 5 72 78 6
6-12 May 2016 Ipsos RTL TVi / Le Soir / VTM / Het Laatste Nieuws[8] 24 13 12 15 14 11 12 10 20 8 7 2 2 0 4 64 86 21
15–20 January 2016 Ipsos RTL TVi / Le Soir / VTM / Het Laatste Nieuws[12] 28 14 12 19 14 9 9 6 21 8 7 1 2 0 7 73 77 4
25 May 2014 Federal election 33 18 14 20 13 6 3 2 23 9 6 1 2 0 10 85 65 20

Poland Polish Parliamentary election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls

Poland Polish Parliamentary election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates

 

Polish parliamentary election schedule 2019

Find details for Poland Polish Parliamentary election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates. ALso find details for Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls, Past Poland Parliamentary election Results, Poland Polish Elections Results 2019 by party, Poland Cabinet Ministers list, Poland Prime Ministers List, Poland President List, Poland Ministers List 2019. The next Polish parliamentary elections must be held not later than November 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators will be elected.

Electoral system

The 460 members of the Sejm are elected by open party-list proportional representation in multi-member constituencies. Seats are allocated using the D'hondt method, with a 5% threshold for single parties and 8% threshold for coalitions (although requirements waived for national minorities). The Senate is elected using first-past-the-post voting in single-member districts. Candidates for Deputies are nominated either by the electoral committees of the various political parties and or by individual voter committees.
Overall, the Sejm includes 460 MPs. Should a party have 231 or more deputies in Parliament, it has an absolute majority and could thus govern autonomously, without a coalition partner. The constitution can be amended with a supermajority of two-thirds, or 307 deputies.

Election date

Constitution of Poland requires that the next election should take place on a non-working day, Sunday or national holiday, within the 30-day period before the expiry of the 4-year period beginning from the commencement of the current Sejm's and Senate's term of office.

Since the current Sejm and Senate first sitting took place on 12 November 2015, possible dates are Sundays 13 October, 20 October, 27 October, 3 November and 10 November 2019. The other possible but unlikely dates are public holidays 1 November (All Saints' Day) and 11 November (Independence Day) 2019. The date will be chosen by the President of Poland.

Opinion polling for Polish parliamentary election 2019

Polling Firm/Link Last Date
of Polling
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Don't know
Lead
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TNS Poland / "GW" October 26, 2016 29 14 11 19 3 2 1 3 3 15 10
IBRiS / "Rz" October 22, 2016[1] 30.2 16.7 8.9 20.1 5.1 5.7   1.1 2.9 9.3 10.1
CBOS October 19, 2016 38 15 6 16 4 4   3 2 12 22
Dobra Opinia October 16, 2016 33.9 20.7 8.6 17.5 4.2 6.0   2.2 4.2 2.7 13.2
IBRiS / Onet October 13, 2016 29.3 16.3 6.8 22.9 5.2 5.3   1.4 3.4 9.4 6.4
TNS Poland October 12, 2016 34 15 9 11 3 3 0 3 3 19 19

 

Greek Legislative election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls, Past Greek Legislative election Results, Greek Legislative Elections Results 2019 by party, Greek Cabinet Ministers list, Greek Prime Ministers List, Greek President List, Greek Ministers List 2019, Greece Elections

Greek Legislative election 2019 Results Dates Opinion Poll Candidates Parties Voting Voter List 2019 Exit Polls, Past Greek Legislative election Results, Greek Legislative Elections Results 2019 by party, Greek Cabinet Ministers list, Greek Prime Ministers List, Greek President List, Greek Ministers List 2019, Greece Elections

Greek Legislative election schedule dates 2019

The next Greek legislative election will be held on or before 20 October 2019. At stake will be all 300 seats in the Hellenic Parliament.

Electoral system

All voters are called up to vote, with registration being automatic and voting being mandatory.However, none of the legally existing penalties or sanctions have ever been enforced.
250 seats are distributed on the basis of proportional representation, with a threshold of 3% required for entry into parliament. Blank and invalid votes, as well as votes cast for parties that fall short of the 3% threshold, are disregarded for seat allocation purposes. 50 additional seats are awarded as a majority bonus to the party that wins a plurality of votes, with coalitions in that regard not being counted as an overall party but having their votes counted separately for each party in the coalition, according to the election law. Parliamentary majority is achieved by a party or coalition of parties that command at least one half plus one (151 out of 300) of total seats.

Opinion poll for Greek legislative election 2019

Polling firm/Link Fieldwork date Sample
size
SYRIZA ND XA PASOK–DIMAR KKE P ANEL EK LAE EE PE Lead
                     
PAMAK 03.11.16–04.11.16 1,080 18.5 37.0 8.5 5.5 7.0 2.5 2.5 3.5 1.0 3.5 18.5
Bridging Europe 01.11.16–03.11.16 1,518 29.7 24.1 10.1 6.9 10.5 1.3 4.6 2.7 2.8 3.2 5.6