Election to the Riksdag - those entitled to vote by region. Year of election 1973 - 2018
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For the 1994 elections the constituencies changed. Fyrstad constituency and Malmöhus county constituency were split up to form Malmö municipal constituency, Malmöhus county northern constituency and Malmöhus county southern constituency. Comparisons over time can not be made. In 1998, some constituencies were given new names. Kristianstad county constituency became Skåne county northern and eastern constituency, Malmöhus county northern constituency became Skåne county western constituency and Malmöhus county southern constituency became Skåne county southern constituency. Bohuslän constituency became Västra Götaland county western constituency, Älvsborg county northern constituency became Västra Götaland county northern constituency, Älvsborg county southern constituency became Västra Götaland county southern constituency and Skaraborg county constituency became Västra Götaland county eastern constituency. From Skaraborg county constituency, the municipalities of Mullsjö and Habo were moved to Jönköping county constituency. Kopparberg county constituency became Dalarna county constituency. The Riksdag decided 2005-11-30 that Heby municipality should be transfered from Västmanlands county to Uppsala county 2007-01-01.
2002: Knivsta is a new municipality in the elections. Knivsta has broken away from the municipality of Uppsala.1998: Nykvarn is a new municipality in the elections. Nykvarn has broken away from the municipality of Södertälje. 1994: Bollebygd and Lekeberg are new municipalities in the elections. Bollebygd has broken away from the municipality of Borås and Lekeberg has broken away from the municipality of Örebro. 1991: Gnesta and Trosa are new municipalities in the elections. Gnesta and Trosa have broken away from the municipality of Nyköping. 1982: Salem, Österåker, Essunga, Malå and Bjurholm are new municipalities in the elections. Salem has broken away from the municipality of Botkyrka, Österåker has broken away from the municipality of Vaxholm, Essunga has broken away from the municipality of Vara, Malå has broken away from the municipality of Nordsjö and Bjurholm as broken away from the municipality of Vännes. 1979: Vadstena and Dorotea are new municipalities in the elections. Vadstena has broken away from the municipality of Motala and Dorotea has broken away from the municipality of Åsele. 1976: Svedala and Bara municipalities merged to one municipality named Svedala.

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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2018-11-21
Contact
Richard Öhrvall, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 41 58
richard.ohrvall@scb.se

Valstatistik, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 44 10
valstatistik@scb.se

Unit
Election to the Riksdag - those entitled to vote:
number
Data type
Election to the Riksdag - those entitled to vote:
Flow
Day adjusted
Election to the Riksdag - those entitled to vote:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Election to the Riksdag - those entitled to vote:
No
Creation date
2020-01-25
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
ME0104B3