2017 Dutch general election

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The 2017 Dutch general election to elect the members of the House of Representatives was held on 15 March 2017.

Results[change | change source]

Party Shortened Seats +/– Votes Vote % Party leader
People's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
VVD 33 Decrease 8 21.3% Mark Rutte
Party for Freedom PVV 20 Increase 5 13.1% Geert Wilders
Christian Democratic Appeal CDA 19 Increase 6 12.4% Sybrand van Haersma Buma
Democrats 66 D66 19 Increase 7 12.2% Alexander Pechtold
GreenLeft GL 14 Increase 10 9.1% Jesse Klaver
Socialist Party SP 14 Decrease 1 9.1% Emile Roemer
Labour Party PvdA 9 Decrease 29 5.7% Lodewijk Asscher
ChristianUnion CU 5 Steady 0 3.4% Gert-Jan Segers
Party for the Animals PvdD 5 Increase 3 3.2% Marianne Thieme
50PLUS 50+ 4 Increase 2 3.1% Henk Krol
Reformed Political Party SGP 3 Steady 0 2.1% Kees van der Staaij
DENK DENK 3 Increase 3 2.1% Tunahan Kuzu
Forum for Democracy FVD 2 Increase 2 1.8% Thierry Baudet
others 0 Steady 0 1.7%
Total 150 0 100%
Election results by municipality.

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