Voter turnout of national parliamentary elections in Norway 1945-2017

Voter turnout of national parliamentary elections in Norway from 1945 to 2017

Voter turnout of national parliamentary elections in Norway 1945-2017 Every four years, the Norwegian population entitled to vote goes to elect their parliament. In September 2017, there were roughly 3.77 million people aged at least 18 years who were registered as citizens of Norway. More than 78 percent of these voted in the last Norwegian parliamentary (Stortinget) election.
Results of the 2017 parliamentary election

The Norwegian parliament consists of 169 representatives from all 19 counties. It is the highest political body in the country. Its tasks include legislation and adopting the national budget, as well as monitoring the work of the government and the public administration. In the last election in 2017, the social-democratic party Arbeiderpartiet obtained the most votes. However, the conservative party Høyre and the progressive party Fremskrittspartiet formed a coalition led by Erna Solberg, the Prime Minister of Norway.

Voting intentions

And what can be expected for the next election, planned in September 2021? According to the latest surveys, the voting intentions do not entirely reflect the last election. If elections would take place tomorrow, The Progress Party would lose votes and thus, the centrist party (Senterpartiet) would now become the third party in Norway.
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Voter turnout of national parliamentary elections in Norway from 1945 to 2017

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Voter turnout
201778.2%
201378.2%
200976.4%
200577.4%
200175.5%
199778.3%
199375.8%
198983.2%
198584%
1981*82%
197782.9%
197380.2%
196983.8%
196585.4%
194576.4%
Voter turnout
201778.2%
201378.2%
200976.4%
200577.4%
200175.5%
199778.3%
199375.8%
198983.2%
198584%
1981*82%
197782.9%
197380.2%
196983.8%
196585.4%
194576.4%
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Every four years, the Norwegian population entitled to vote goes to elect their parliament. In September 2017, there were roughly 3.77 million people aged at least 18 years who were registered as citizens of Norway. More than 78 percent of these voted in the last Norwegian parliamentary (Stortinget) election.
Results of the 2017 parliamentary election

The Norwegian parliament consists of 169 representatives from all 19 counties. It is the highest political body in the country. Its tasks include legislation and adopting the national budget, as well as monitoring the work of the government and the public administration. In the last election in 2017, the social-democratic party Arbeiderpartiet obtained the most votes. However, the conservative party Høyre and the progressive party Fremskrittspartiet formed a coalition led by Erna Solberg, the Prime Minister of Norway.

Voting intentions

And what can be expected for the next election, planned in September 2021? According to the latest surveys, the voting intentions do not entirely reflect the last election. If elections would take place tomorrow, The Progress Party would lose votes and thus, the centrist party (Senterpartiet) would now become the third party in Norway.
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