From 23 to 26 May 2019, citizens from all EU Member States will vote in the next European Parliament elections. The European Parliament will provide an overview of the results as both Member States and European level, making reliable information on the participation and future composition of Parliament available to the media, partners and the public on the night of the 26 May.
This report has been prepared by Kantar for the Public Opinion Monitoring Unit of the European Parliament's Directorate-General for Communication. The objective of this report is to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information on the European Political landscape, in preparation for the election night.
This report provides the latest projection of the European Parliament hemicycle based on the most recent national and European voting intention polls. It also provides details of the projections of the seat allocations for each political group and country, as well as changes over time, going back to February 2018. These projections of the composition of the next European Parliament are based on the structure of the outgoing Parliament and should be seen as a snapshot of the current political situation as represented in the voting intention polls.
This report covers the first half of February 2019.
The data used in this report was assembled with the contribution of Kantar's national polling institutes in each of the 27 Member States, all of which will be actively involved in monitoring the European elections.
For more information, please visit the European Parliament website here.