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Participation (%)

In 2017, a new record turnout was set for a Catalan parliamentary election (81.94%), even higher than the usual turnout for the Spanish parliamentary elections, where turnout has traditionally been higher.

Parliament configuration. Seats

CiU had won seats in all the elections from 1980 to 2012. In 2003 and 2010, however, a left-wing government was formed with PSC, ERC and ICV-EUiA. In 2015 CDC and ERC joined Junts pel Sí, which won 62 seats and formed a minority government. In 2017 Ciudadanos wins the first position in seats.

Parliament configuration. %

Jordi Pujol's CiU stood in four consecutive elections, from 1984 to 1995, with more than 40% of the vote. From 2003 onwards, the nationalist coalition remained above 30%. The PSC lost two thirds of its support between 1999 and 2015, but rebounded in 2017, when Ciudadanos won with only 25% of the vote.