Vote 2010: The election results

Listed by official ballot number, unofficial results after 100 percent of the votes had been counted:

Listed by official ballot number, unofficial results after 100 percent of the votes had been counted:



1. European Democratic Party (EDS) - 0.4 %



2. Union – Party for Slovakia (Únia) - 0.7 %



3. Roma Coalition Party (SRK) - 0.27 %



4. Pali’s Kapurková, merry political party - 0.57 %



5. Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) - 12.14 %, 22 seats in parliament



6. Party of the Democratic Left (SDĽ) - 2.41 %


7. Hungarian Coalition Party (SMK) - 4.33 %



8. People’s Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) - 4.32 %



9. Communist Party of Slovakia (KSS) - 0.83 %



10. Slovak National Party (SNS) - 5.07 %,


9 seats in parliament



11. New Democracy (ND) - 0.31 %



12. Association of Slovak Workers (ZRS) -


0.24 %



13. Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) - 8.52 %, 15 seats in parliament



14. People’s Party – Our Slovakia (ĽSNS) -


1.33 %



15. Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party (SDKÚ) - 15.42 %, 28 seats in parliament



16. Alliance for Europe of the Nations (AZEN) - 0.13 %



17. Smer – Social Democracy (Smer) - 34.79 %, 62 seats in parliament



18. Most-Híd - 8.12 %, 14 seats in parliament


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