Tuesday 25 January 2022

EU elections: D66 dominates in the cities but PVV takes Rotterdam

In the European elections, D66 won most votes in Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht, while the PVV became the biggest party in Rotterdam.

In Amsterdam, where there is still no new coalition following the March local elections, D66 took almost 25% of the vote. GroenLinks were second with 16.3%.

The PVV took 7.9% of the votes in the Dutch capital, down from 12.7% a year ago.

D66 also dominated in The Hague with 22.2% of the votes. The PVV were second with 16.4% and the VVD third with just under 13%.

In Utrecht, D66 won over 26% of the vote, followed by GroenLinks on 18.5%. Turnout in Utrecht was 41.4%.

In Rotterdam, the PVV won 18.8% of the votes, with D66 in second place on 17.7%. The Socialists were third with 11.3%.

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