2014 European Parliament election in the Netherlands

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2014 European Parliament election in the Netherlands

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26 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout37.32%
  First party Second party Third party
  Sophie in 't Veld - Candidate for the European Parliament for D66.jpg Esther de Lange MEP 2.jpg Noimage.png
Leader Sophie in 't Veld Esther de Lange Marcel de Graaff
Party D66 CDA PVV
Alliance ALDE EPP ENF
Seats won
4 / 26
5 / 26
4 / 26
Seat change 1 Increase 0 Steady 1 Decrease
Popular vote 735,825 721,766 633,114
Percentage 15.48% 15.18% 13.32%
Swing 4.16% Increase 4.87% Decrease 3.65% Decrease

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Johannes Cornelis van Baalen MEP 1 - Diliff.jpg SP kandidaten EU verkiezing 2014 (1) (cropped).jpg 1 - Paul Tang (2014).jpg
Leader Hans van Baalen Dennis de Jong Paul Tang
Party VVD SP PvdA
Alliance ALDE EUL/NGL PES
Seats won
3 / 26
2 / 26
3 / 26
Seat change 0 Steady 0 Steady 0 Steady
Popular vote 571,176 458,079 446,763
Percentage 12.02% 9.64% 9.40%
Swing 0.63% Increase 2.54% Increase 2.65% Decrease

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
  Peter van Dalen.JPG Eickhout, Bas-9750.jpg AnjaHazekamp.jpg
Leader Peter van Dalen Bas Eickhout Anja Hazekamp
Party CU-SGP GL PvdD
Alliance ECR Greens-EFA EUL/NGL
Seats won
2 / 26
2 / 26
1 / 26
Seat change 0 Steady 1 Decrease 1 Increase
Popular vote 364,843 331,594 200,254
Percentage 7.67% 6.98% 4.21%
Swing 0.85% Increase 1.89% Decrease 0.75% Increase
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The 2014 European Parliament election for the election of the delegation from the Netherlands was held on 22 May 2014. This is the 8th time the elections have been held for the European elections in the Netherlands.

Background[edit]

Voting and election organisation[edit]

Active voting right[edit]

To cast a vote (for the right to vote) in elections for the European Parliament. The voter should:

  • have either the Dutch nationality or the nationality of a European Union member state;
  • be 18 years or older;
  • not be disqualified from voting.

Non-Dutch citizens who are nationals of other Member States of the European Union may vote at the election of the European Parliament, provided that they:

  • are living on the day of the candidates' nomination in the Netherlands;
  • have attained the age of 18 on the day of the vote;
  • are not disqualified from voting either in the Netherlands or in the Member State in which they are a citizen;
  • have registered in a municipality with a statement that they want to vote in the Netherlands. (The so-called Y-32 form.)

Dutch nationals abroad have to register to vote for the elections to the European Parliament. Upon registration request, they must indicate whether they are voting by letter, by proxy, or in person at a polling station in the Netherlands. Dutch nationals living in another EU Member State must make a statement that they have not voted in the Member State in which they reside.

Dutch residents of Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten have the same required as other Dutch living abroad. Dutch residents on Bonaire, St. Eustatius, and Saba have no need to register, because these islands are part of the Netherlands. They may, as in other Dutch municipalities, vote at their polling stations.

The number of granted requests for registration in 2014 was 23,799 individuals. This was down from 39,601 registered international voters in 2009. Of these registered voters, 21,017 indicated they wanted to vote by mail, 1,804 requested to vote in the Netherlands itself at a polling station, and 978 wanted to grant power of attorney to someone in the Netherlands.

Passive voting right[edit]

To stand for election (for the right to be elected), a candidate should:

  • have either Dutch nationality or the nationality of a Member State of the European Union;
  • be eighteen years on the day of possible admission to the European Parliament;
  • not be excluded from the right to vote.

Non-Dutch candidates from other Member States of the European Union must, in addition, be an actual resident in the Netherlands and not be excluded from the right to be elected in the Member State of which they are a national.

Organisation of elections[edit]

In elections for the European Parliament, the national electoral districts play no role in the nomination. The Netherlands consists of a single electoral district. Political parties, therefore, take part in the elections with only a single candidate list.

Although the national electoral districts do play an important role in processing the election results. The principal polling station of each constituency determines the vote total of the constituency. The results of the vote are recorded in an official document and transferred to the Electoral Council. The Electoral Council, in its role as the central electoral committee, then determines the result of the Netherlands' distribution of seats.

The transfer of the official recorded votes to the Electoral Council took place in 18 constituencies on Monday, 26 May 2014. On Tuesday, 27 May, this transfer occurred for the two remaining constituencies where the municipalities Raalte, Kampen (constituency Zwolle), and Ouder-Amstel, (constituency Haarlem) experimented with a centralised counting of votes.

Casting a vote[edit]

A voter could cast their vote at a polling station of their choice within their own district. At the casting their vote, they could identify themselves with an identity document which is considered valid even if it has expired within the last 5 years.

Voters who voted in the election for the European Parliament in 2014 from outside the Netherlands experimented with a new model ballot. In this new ballot, parties were allowed to show the party logo above their candidates if it had been registered in advance with the Electoral Council.

Participation of political groups[edit]

On Monday, 14 April 2014, the Electoral Council had a public hearing on the validity of the lists of candidates for the election of the Dutch seats for the European Parliament. The candidate list of the Women's Party was declared invalid because the required deposit to participate (€11,250) was not paid. Furthermore, the following candidates of the Party for the Animals were deleted because their documentation was incomplete and, as such, could not participate in the election:

  • T. Regan (United States);
  • W. T. Kymlicka (Canada);
  • J.M. Coetzee (Australia).

Numbering of the candidates list[edit]

In the same public hearing on 14 April 2014, the Electoral Council also numbered the lists of candidates. The parties who had obtained one or more seats in 2009 at the last election to the European Parliament were given a number based on the number of votes that the parties had achieved in the previous election. These totalled 8 candidate lists. The party with the most votes got number 1 and the rest were listed accordingly. The list numbers for the remaining 11 candidates were decided by a lottery.

The official order and names of candidate lists:

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
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Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA — Europese Volkspartij
2 list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid)
3 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
4 list VVD
5 list Democrats 66 (D66) - ALDE Democraten 66 (D66) - ALDE
6 list GreenLeft GroenLinks
7 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
8 list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP
9 list Article 50 Artikel 50
10 list IQ, the Rights-Obligations-Party IQ, de Rechten-Plichten-Partij
11 list Pirate Party Piratenpartij
12 list 50PLUS
13 list The Greens De Groenen
14 list Anti EU(ro) Party Anti EU(ro) Partij
15 list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij
16 list Jesus Lives Jezus Leeft
17 list ichooseforhonest.eu ikkiesvooreerlijk.eu
18 list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren
19 list Focus and Simplicity Aandacht en Eenvoud

Common lists[edit]

A common list consists of 2 distinct parties which are sharing the same candidate list. The Christian Union and SGP formed a common list Christian Union-SGP for the European Parliament election.

Electoral alliances[edit]

Several parties formed an electoral alliance.

  1. CDA/European People's Party and ChristenUnie-SGP
  2. PvdA/European Social-Democrats and GreenLeft

Election day[edit]

Traditionally, all elections are held on Wednesday in the Netherlands. Sunday is not an option because it's a resting day for Christians, while Friday and Saturday are impossible, because of the Sabbath. Monday is also impossible, because then all preparation for an election would need to happen on the weekend. That leaves Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as possible election days. Many polling stations are located in schools, therefore, Wednesday is chosen because it is usually the quietest day of the week for classes. However, the European Parliament Elections run from Thursday to Sunday across the entire European Union. Therefore, Thursday is the election day for the European Parliament Elections.[1]

Treaty of Lisbon[edit]

According to the Treaty of Lisbon, the Netherlands was awarded 26 seats in the European parliament. This is one more than the election of 2009. The last elections were held when the treaty was not yet in effect, because not all member states had ratified the treaty. The treaty came into effect during the last session of the European Parliament. The additional seat was then awarded to the Party of Freedom on 9 October 2011 based on the results of the 2009 election. This increased the numbers of seats for the PVV from 4 to 5 for the 2009–2014 session.

Campaign[edit]

Campaign posters[edit]

Polls[edit]

Poll results are listed in the tables below in reverse chronological order. The highest figure in each survey is displayed in bold type, and the background is shaded in the colour the party. In the instance that there is a tie, then no figure is shaded.

Seats[edit]

Date Polling Firm VVD PvdA PVV SP CDA D66 CUSGP GL PvdD 50PLUS Others
26 May (Preliminary results) ANP[2] 3 3 4 2 5 4 2 2 1 0 0
22 May (Exit polls) Ipsos[3] 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 1 1 0
18 May Peil (prognosis)[4] 3–4 2–3 4–5 3–4 4–5 4–5 2–3 1–2 0–1 0–1 0
15 May TNS Nipo[5] 3–4 2–3 3–4 3–4 2–3 4–6 2–3 2 0–1 1 0
16 Apr TNS Nipo[6] 4–5 2–3 4–5 2–3 2–3 3–5 2–3 1–2 0–1 0–1 0–1
13 Apr Peil 4 2 4 3 4 4 2 1 1 1 0
6 Mar Ipsos 4 3 4 4 3 4 2 1 0 1 0
11 Jan TNS Nipo 5 3 5 4 3 3 1 1 0 1 0
2014
4 June 2009 Election results 3 3 4 2 5 3 2 3 0 0 0

Percentages[edit]

Date Polling Firm VVD PvdA PVV SP CDA D66 CUSGP GL PvdD 50PLUS Others
26 May (Preliminary results) ANP[2] 11.9% 9.4% 13.2% 9.6% 15% 15.4% 7.6% 7.0% 4.2% 3.7% 3%
22 May (Exit polls) Ipsos[3] 12.3% 9.4% 12.2% 10.0% 15.2% 15.6% 7.8% 7.3% 4.2% 4.2% 1.1%
15 May TNS Nipo[5] 12.3% 9.9% 11.9% 11.9% 11.3% 19.3% 9.5% 6.0% 1.6% 3.8% 2.5%
16 Apr TNS Nipo[6] 16.2% 10.5% 18.1% 9.9% 11.1% 15.7% 8.3% 4.7% 1.0% 2.8% 1.8%
13 Apr Peil[7] 15% 8% 15% 11% 15% 15% 7% 4% 4% 4% 1%
6 Mar Ipsos 16% 10% 16% 14% 13% 15% 6.7% 3.7% 2.7% 3.5% N/A
11 Jan TNS Nipo 16.4% 12.2% 17.2% 13.2% 10.6% 12.3% 6.2% 3.7% 2.2% 3.8% 1.7%
2014
4 June 2009 Election results 11.4% 12.1% 17.0% 7.1% 20.1% 11.3% 6.8% 8.9% 3.5% 2.0%

Results[edit]

Voting ballot

Turnout[edit]

Turnout was with 37.32%, which is a little higher than in 2009. (36.75%) A total of 12,815,496 people were entitled to vote. Of these 4,782,251 did participated in the election.

Municipality with the highest voter turnout:

  1. Schiermonnikoog: 70.95%

Municipality with the lowest voter turnout:

  1. Sint Eustatius: 7.44%

Seat assignment[edit]

Electoral quota[edit]

The electoral quota is the number of votes needed for one seat. It is the total valid number of votes divided by the number of seats.
For this election it was 4,753,746 valid votes, divided by 26 seats.
The electoral quota was established as: 182.836

Electoral alliances[edit]

The results of the electoral alliances. Both parties of both alliances reached the electoral quota and are eligible for remainder seats.

Electoral alliance List Number of votes
A
List 1: CDA – European People's Party 721,766
List 8: Christian Union-SGP 364,843
Total 1,086,609
Electoral alliance List Number of votes
B 
List 3: P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats 446,763
List 6: GreenLeft 331,594
Total 778,357

Assigning full seats[edit]

Full seats are assigned by number of votes divided by the electoral quota. Electoral alliances are marked as a letter, instead of a number. Any seats left over are not yet assigned to a specific party.

List Party's Number of votes Electoral quota Seats
A (list 1+8) Christian Democratic Appeal + Christian Union-SGP 1,086,609 182,836 5
B (list 3+6) Labour Party + GreenLeft 778,357 182,836 4
2 Party for Freedom 633,114 182,836 3
4 People's Party for Freedom and Democracy 571,176 182,836 3
5 Democrats 66 735,825 182,836 4
7 Socialist Party 458,079 182,836 2
9 Article 50 24,069 182,836 0
10 IQ, the Rights-Obligations-Party 1,705 182,836 0
11 Pirate Party 40,216 182,836 0
12 50PLUS 175,343 182,836 0
13 The Greens 10,883 182,836 0
14 Anti EU(ro) Party 12,290 182,836 0
15 Liberal Democratic Party 6,349 182,836 0
16 JESUS LIVES 9,507 182,836 0
17 ichooseforhonest.eu 6,796 182,836 0
18 Party for the Animals 200,254 182,836 1
19 Focus and Simplicity 3,174 182,836 0
Total 4,753,746 22
Total seats 26
Remaining seats 4

Remainder seats[edit]

The remaining, or left over, seats are awarded sequentially to the lists with the highest average number of votes per seat. Only lists that reached the electoral quota are eligible.

List Remainder seat 1 Remainder seat 2 Remainder seat 3 Remainder seat 4 Total
A (list 1+8) 181,101 155,229 155,229 155,229 2
B (list 3+6) 155,671 155,671 155,671 129,726 1
2 158,278 158,278 126,622 126,622 1
4 142,794 142,794 142,794 142,794
5 147,165 147,165 147,165 147,165
7 152,693 152,693 152,693 152,693
18 100,127 100,127 100,127 100,127
Assigned to A 2 B A

The election committee also calculated what would have happened without electoral alliances. In that case the CDA – European People's Party would have 4 seats instead of 5 and the Socialist Party 3 seats instead of 2.

Awarding seats within electoral alliances[edit]

To decide the seats per party for electoral alliances, the combination quota is first determined. Combination quota for electoral alliances are determined by the total number valid votes divided by the awarded seats. The party with the most votes left after the full seats are assigned gets the seat remaining.

List A
For list A, there were 1,086,609 votes divided by 7 seats. The combination quota was established as: 155,229 votes

Electoral alliance List Number of votes Combination quota Full seats Remainder votes Remainder seat Total
A
List 1: CDA – European People's Party 721,766 155,229 4 100,846 1 5
List 8: Christian Union-SGP 364,843 155,229 2 54,383 2
Total 1,086,609 7

List B
For list B, there were 778,357 votes divided by 5 seats. The combination quota was established as: 155,671 votes

Electoral alliance List Number of votes Combination quota Full seats Remainder votes Remainder seat Total
B 
List 3: P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats 446,763 155,671 2 135,420 1 3
List 6: GreenLeft 331,594 155,671 2 20,251 2
Total 778,357 5

Summary:

Final results[edit]

The Christian Democratic Appeal got the most seats and was seen as the winner of the 2014 elections, although it lost the biggest percentage of votes and Democrats 66 received more votes. The Christian Democratic Appeal got an extra seat, thanks to their electoral alliance with Christian Union-SGP. The euro-sceptic PVV (Party for Freedom) was the biggest loser of the 2014 elections, though it only lost 1 seat. Contrary to other European countries, the euro-sceptic movement did worse than previous elections.

e • d Summary of the 22 May 2014 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 2009 2014 2019 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list Democrats 66 (D66) - ALDE Democraten 66 (D66) - ALDE ALDE ALDE 735,825 15.48 4.16 Increase
4 / 26
1 Increase
list CDA - European People's Party CDA - Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP 721,766 15.18 4.87 Decrease
5 / 26
0 Steady
list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid) none ENF 633,114 13.32 3.65 Decrease
4 / 26
1 Decrease
list VVD VVD ALDE ALDE 571,176 12.02 0.63 Increase
3 / 26
0 Steady
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 458,079 9.64 2.54 Increase
2 / 26
0 Steady
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES S&D 446,763 9.40 2.65 Decrease
3 / 26
0 Steady
list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP ECPM ECR 364,843 7.67 0.85 Increase
2 / 26
0 Steady
list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS EGP Greens-EFA 331,594 6.98 1.89 Decrease
2 / 26
1 Decrease
list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren none EUL/NGL 200,254 4.21 0.75 Increase
1 / 26
1 Increase
list 50PLUS 50PLUS none ALDE 175,343 3.69 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Pirate Party Piratenpartij PPEU Greens-EFA 40,216 0.85 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Article 50 Artikel 50 none 24,069 0.51 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Anti EU(ro) Party Anti EU(ro) Partij none 12,290 0.26 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list The Greens De Groenen EGP Greens-EFA 10,883 0.23 0.04 Increase
0 / 26
0 Steady
list JESUS LIVES JEZUS LEEFT none 9,507 0.20 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list ichooseforhonest.eu ikkiesvooreerlijk.eu none 6,796 0.14 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij none 6,349 0.13 0.11 Decrease
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Focus and Simplicity Aandacht en Eenvoud none 3,174 0.07 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list IQ, the Rights-Obligations-Party IQ, de Rechten-Plichten-Partij none 1,705 0.04 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
Valid votes 4,753,746 99.40 0.16 Decrease
Blank votes 16,786 0.35 0.13 Increase
Invalid votes 11,719 0.25 0.03 Increase
Totals 4,782,251 100.00 26 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 12,815,496 37.32 0.57 Increase
Source: [8][9]


European groups[edit]

Summary:

EPP S&D ECR ALDE GUE/NGL G-EFA EFDD ENF Netherlands
Total
5 (CDA) 3 (PvdA) 2 (CU-SGP) 4 (D66)
3 (VVD)
2 (SP)
1 (PvdD)
2 (GL) 4 (PVV) 26


e • d Summary of the 22 May 2014 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 2009 2014 2019 →
European group Seats 2009 Seats 2014 Change
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe ALDE 6 7 1 Increase
European People's Party EPP 5 5 0 Steady
Europe of Nations and Freedom ENF none 4 4 Increase
Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats S&D 3 3 0 Steady
European United Left–Nordic Green Left EUL-NGL 2 3 1 Increase
The Greens–European Free Alliance Greens-EFA 3 2 1 Decrease
European Conservatives and Reformists ECR 1 2 1 Increase
Europe of Freedom and Democracy EFD 1 0 1 Decrease
Non-Inscrits NI 4+1 0 5 Decrease
25(+1) 26 0 Steady

Elected members[edit]

23 members were directly elected by preference votes, though 28 members got enough preference votes.
To be elected by preference votes, 10% of the electoral quota is needed.
The electoral quota was 182,836. 10% of 182,836 = 18,284 votes.
Not all candidates could be appointed because either, the party did not get enough seats, or they got no seats.

Below are all the elected members of European parliament for the Netherlands. Members elected by preference votes are in bold. The following 26 MEPs were officially announced by the Central Electoral Commission.

Democrats 66 (D66) – ALDE

  1. Sophie in 't Veld, by 568,185 votes (top candidate)
  2. Marietje Schaake, by 41,236 votes
  3. Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy, by 31,326 votes
  4. Matthijs van Miltenburg, by 16,698 votes

CDA – European People's Party

  1. Esther de Lange, by 415,011 votes (top candidate)
  2. Annie Schreijer-Pierik, by 113,123 votes
  3. Wim van de Camp, by 37,715 votes
  4. Jeroen Lenaers, by 36,428 votes
  5. Lambert van Nistelrooij, by 32,970 votes

PVV (Party for Freedom)

  1. Geert Wilders, by 290,239 votes (did not accept his seat)
  2. Marcel de Graaff, by 276,680 votes (top candidate)
  3. Vicky Maeijer, by 26,491 votes
  4. Olaf Stuger, by 4.021 votes

VVD

  1. Hans van Baalen, by 358,029 votes (top candidate)
  2. Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, by 86,237 votes
  3. Jan Huitema, by 26,031 votes

SP (Socialist Party)

  1. Dennis de Jong, by 300,782 votes (top candidate)
  2. Anne-Marie Mineur, by 52,187 votes

P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats

  1. Paul Tang, by 183,296 votes (top candidate)
  2. Agnes Jongerius, by 170,119 votes
  3. Kati Piri, by 10,351 votes

Christian Union-SGP

  1. Peter van Dalen, by 253,620 votes (top candidate)
  2. Bas Belder, by 53,995 votes

GreenLeft

  1. Bas Eickhout, by 184,154 votes (top candidate)
  2. Judith Sargentini, by 91,745 votes

Party for the Animals

  1. Anja Hazekamp, by 131,093 votes (top candidate)

Members not elected, but enough preference votes:

  • VVD – Caroline Nagtegaal-van Doorn, by 19,370 votes (party did not win enough seats.)
  • Christian Union-SGP – Stieneke van der Graaf, by 23,429 votes (party did not win enough seats.)
  • Pirate Party – Matthijs Pontier, by 30,507 votes (party did not win any seat.)
  • 50PLUS – Toine Manders and Henk Krol, by 112,521 and 23,125 votes (party did not win any seat.)

MEPs in 2014–2019[edit]

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 2014–2019 as a result of this election.

Mutations[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

2017[edit]


e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 8th European Parliament session
← 2009–2014 2014-2019 2019–2024 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hans van Baalen Male      People's Party for Freedom and Democracy      ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [17] 358,029
Bas Belder Male      Reformed Political Party      ECR 20 July 1999 – 2 July 2019 [18] 53,995
Wim van de Camp Male      Christian Democratic Appeal      EPP 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [19] 37,715
Peter van Dalen Male      Christian Union      ECR 14 July 2009 – Present [20] 253,620
Bas Eickhout Male      GreenLeft      G–EFA 14 July 2009 – Present [21] 184,154
André Elissen Male      Party for Freedom      ENF 13 June 2017 – 2 July 2019 [22] 1,976
Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy Male      Democrats 66      ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [23] 31,326
Marcel de Graaff Male      Party for Freedom      NI /      ENF 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019 [24] 276,680
Anja Hazekamp Female      Party for the Animals      EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – Present [25] 131,093
Jan Huitema Male      People's Party for Freedom and Democracy      ALDE 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019 [26] 26,031
Hans Jansen Male      Party for Freedom      NI /      ENF 1 July 2014 – 5 May 2015 [27] 16,568
Dennis de Jong Male      Socialist Party      EUL–NGL 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [28] 300,782
Agnes Jongerius Female      Labour Party      S&D 1 July 2014 – Present [29] 170,119
Esther de Lange Female      Christian Democratic Appeal      EPP 12 April 2007 – Present [30] 415,011
Jeroen Lenaers Male      Christian Democratic Appeal      EPP 1 July 2014 – Present [31] 36,428
Vicky Maeijer Female      Party for Freedom      NI /      ENF 1 July 2014 – 15 March 2017 [32] 26,491
Matthijs van Miltenburg Male      Democrats 66      ALDE 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019 [33] 16,698
Anne-Marie Mineur Female      Socialist Party      EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019 [34] 52,187
Caroline Nagtegaal-van Doorn Female      People's Party for Freedom and Democracy      ALDE 14 November 2017 – Present [35] 19,370
Cora van Nieuwenhuizen Female      People's Party for Freedom and Democracy      ALDE 1 July 2014 – 25 October 2017 [36] 86,237
Lambert van Nistelrooij Male      Christian Democratic Appeal      EPP 20 July 2004 – 2 July 2019 [37] 32,970
Kati Piri Female      Labour Party      S&D 1 July 2014 – Present [38] 10,351
Judith Sargentini Female      GreenLeft      G–EFA 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [39] 91,745
Marietje Schaake Female      Democrats 66      ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019 [40] 41,236
Annie Schreijer-Pierik Female      Christian Democratic Appeal      EPP 1 July 2014 – Present [41] 113,123
Olaf Stuger Male      Party for Freedom      NI /      ENF 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019 [42] 4,021
Paul Tang Male      Labour Party      S&D 1 July 2014 – Present [43] 183,296
Sophie in 't Veld Female      Democrats 66      ALDE 20 July 2004 – Present [44] 568,185
Auke Zijlstra Male      Party for Freedom      NI /      ENF 13 September 2011 – 1 July 2014
7 September 2015 – 2 July 2019 [45]
4,509
Source: [46]

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