Spanish general election, 1989

Spanish general election, 1989

1986 ←
October 29, 1989
→ 1993

All 350 seats of the Congress of Deputies and 208 of 264 seats in the Senate
  First party Second party
 
Leader Felipe González José María Aznar
Party
Last election 184 seats 105 seats
Seats won 175 107
Seat change -9 +2
Popular vote 8,115,568 5,285,972
Percentage 39.6% 25.8%

Province-level units won by PSOE (red) and PP (blue)

PM before election
Felipe González
Elected PM
Felipe González

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General elections were held in Spain on 29 October 1989.

Results

Spanish general election, October 29, 1989

Party Votes % Seats
Spanish Socialist Worker Party(PSOE) + Party of the Socialists of Catalonia (PSC-PSOE) [1] 8115568 (6,991,593 + 1,123,975) 39,87 (34.35 + 5,52) 175 (155 + 20) [2]
People's Party (PP) 5,117,049 25.14 101
United Left (IU) 1,627,136 8.00 14
Democratic and Social Center (CDS) 1,617,716 7.89 14
Convergencia i Unio (CiU) 1,032,243 5.04 18
Basque Nationalist Party (EAJ-PNV) 252,119 1.24 5
Iniciativa per Catalunya (IC) [3] 231,452 1.14 3
Herri Batasuna (HB) 217,278 1.07 4
Andalucist Party (PA) 212,687 1.05 2
Valencian Union (UV) 144,924 0.71 2
Basque Solidarity (EA) 136,955 0.67 2
Basque Left (EE) 105,238 0.52 2
Navarrese People's Union - Coalition PP (UPN-PP) [4] 92,216 0.45 3
PP - Coalition Centristas de Galicia (PP-CG) [5] 76,707 0.38 3
Aragonese Regionalist Party (PAR) 71,733 0.35 1
Canarian Independent Groups (AIC) 64,767 0,32 1
Other 1,236,099 6.07

Notes

  1. PSC is the fraternal party of PSOE in Catalonia
  2. Spain's Ministry of the Interior: Official election results
  3. IC was the fraternal organisation of IU in Catalonia
  4. UPN run in coalition with PP in this election in Navarre (soon after UPN would fully become the sister party of PP in this community)
  5. Centristas de Galicia run in coalition with PP in Galicia in this election (later it would be absorbed by it)