Latest election trend
Various institutes regularly conduct election polls to determine the current political mood in Netherlands. In order to make poll values comparable, the PolitPro election trend calculates a weighted average value of current election polls.
In the current PolitPro election trend for Parliamentary election in Netherlands, the parties score as follows: VVD 17.3%, NSC 15.9%, PvdA/GL 15.7%, PVV 11.5%, BBB 8%, D66 4.9%, PvdD 4.5%, SP 3.4%, CDA 3.2%, CU 3%, FvD 2.7%, SGP 2.4%, Volt 2.2%, Denk 2.1%, JA21 1.6% and Bij1 1%. If this week were an election in Netherlands, BBB might make the biggest gains in voter favorability, with +7.0 growth since the last election. NSC, on the other hand, would lose the most votes to the last election result ().
The election trend takes into account the latest election polls from I&O Research and Ipsos for EenVandaag. The most recent polls from institutes with polls in the past 100 days were considered in each case. A total of at least 2673 people participated in the election polls.
Important: Election polls are not election forecasts, but represent the current political mood in the respective survey period.
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Parliamentary election in Netherlands 2023
The Parliamentary election in Netherlands 2023 will take place on 22.11.2023. Once the results are in, the election results will be posted on this page.
Mark Rutte is currently governing with a Coalition of the center of VVD, CDA, D66 and CU. In the last Parliamentary election in Netherlands in 2021 VVD (21.9% - 34 seats), D66 (15% - 24 seats), PVV (10.8% - 17 seats), CDA (9.5% - 15 seats), SP (6% - 9 seats), PvdA (5.7% - 9 seats), GroenLinks (5.2% - 8 seats), FvD (5% - 8 seats), PvdD (3.8% - 6 seats), CU (3.4% - 5 seats), JA21 (2.4% - 3 seats), Volt (2.4% - 3 seats), SGP (2.1% - 3 seats), Denk (2% - 3 seats), BBB (1% - 1 seats), 50Plus (1% - 1 seats) and Bij1 (0.8% - 1 seats) entered parliament. The turnout at that time was 79.3%.