Less than 40% of the electorate went to the polling stations: 37,3%.
The results were:
Here are the results for other parties.
D66 (“liberal”, pro-European Union): 15,4%. From 3 to 4 seats.
CDA (Christian Democrats, sister party of Merkel in Germany): 15,0%. Still 5 seats. Though they had less votes dan D66. However, they had linked their list to Christian Union-SGP. Linking lists helps in the Dutch electoral system.
Socialist Party: 9,6%. Still 2 MPs.
PvdA (social democrats, junior partners in coalition government with the VVD): 9,4%. Still 3 MPs. Less votes than the Socialist Party. But they had linked their list with GroenLinks.
IQ-partij (one-man party, just one candidate): 0,0%
GroenLinks: 7,0%. Was 3 MEPs; now 2.
Christian Union-SGP (coalition of two Calvinist Protestant parties): 7,6%. Still 2 MEPs.
50+ (pensioners’ party): 3,8%. Not enough for one MEP.
Party for the Animals: 4,2%.
Four percent is enough for one seat; which they have now, vs. zero in 2009.
Artikel 50 (its MEP founder Daniël van der Stoep split from Wilders’ PVV party after police caught Van der Stoep driving while drunk): 1,0%
Pirate party (‘one issue’ party about the Internet): 1,0%
Anti-EU(ro) party: 0,0%
Liberal Democrat party (split from the VVD which they thought was becoming too conservative): 0,0%
Jesus Lives (Christian fundamentalists): 0,0%
Ikkiesvooreerlijk.eu (for more European Union influence): 0,0%
Aandacht en Eenvoud: 0,0%