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Dublin
European Parliament constituency
Dublin (European Parliament constituency) is located in European Parliament constituencies 2007
Location amongst the 2007 constituencies
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Shown within Ireland
Created 1979
MEP(s) 3 (4 from 1979–2009)
Member State Ireland
Source(s) [1][2]

Dublin is a constituency of the European Parliament in Ireland. It elects three MEPs using the single transferable vote system. The constituency comprises Dublin city and the administrative counties of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal, South Dublin and has a population of 1.1m.

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2009 Election result

2009 European Election: Dublin[1][2]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7
Fine Gael *Gay Mitchell 23.8 96,715 99,098 100,810 104,413      
Labour Party *Proinsias De Rossa 20.5 83,471 85,217 87,274 94,306 95,636 103,225  
Socialist Party Joe Higgins 12.4 50,510 52,457 53,038 55,116 55,351 60,165 82,366
Fianna Fáil *Eoin Ryan 13.6 55,346 56,317 66,205 68,517 69,122 71,530 76,956
Sinn Féin *Mary Lou McDonald 11.8 47,928 50,097 50,980 52,447 52,529 55,429  
Green Party Déirdre de Búrca 4.7 19,086 20,226 21,991        
Fianna Fáil Eibhlin Byrne 4.7 18,956 19,448          
Independent Patricia McKenna 4.3 17,521 21,523 22,380 25,213 25,636    
Libertas Caroline Simons 3.3 13,514            
Independent Emmanuel Sweeney 0.9 3,583            
Electorate: 812,465   Valid: 406,630   Spoilt: 6,054 (1.5%)   Quota: 101,658   Turnout: 412,684 (50.8%)

For the 2009 election, the constituency was reduced from 4 seats to 3.

2004 Election result

2004 European Election: Dublin[3]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6
Fine Gael Gay Mitchell 21.5 90,749          
Fianna Fáil Eoin Ryan 14.6 61,681 62,939 64,876 65,923 85,810  
Labour Party *Proinsias De Rossa 12.9 54,344 56,243 57,466 62,424 66,570 96,094
Sinn Féin Mary Lou McDonald 14.3 60,395 60,689 62,030 68,355 72,153 76,543
Green Party *Patricia McKenna 9.6 40,445 41,506 44,684 49,101 51,892 59,543
Labour Party Ivana Bacik 9.7 40,707 41,703 42,624 45,413 47,520  
Fianna Fáil Royston Brady 8.6 36,269 36,593 37,423 38,324    
Socialist Party Joe Higgins 5.5 23,218 23,460 24,541      
Christian Solidarity Barry Despard 1.3 5,352 5,443        
Independent Brendan Price 1.1 4,813 4,931        
Independent Tom Prendeville 0.5 2,071 2,124        
Independent Paul Doonan 0.4 1,853 1,886        
Electorate: 821,723   Valid: 421,897   Spoilt: 13,239 (3.0%)   Quota: 84,380   Turnout: 435,136 (52.9%)

1999 Election result

1999 European Election: Dublin[4]
Party Candidate  % 1st Pref Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4 Count 5 Count 6 Count 7 Count 8
Fine Gael *Mary Banotti 20.2 56,593              
Fianna Fáil *Niall Andrews 15.7 44,176 44,731 45,967 46,481 47,931 50,439 71,423  
Green Party *Patricia McKenna 12.7 35,659 37,988 39,818 43,662 48,299 54,883 56,992  
Labour Party Proinsias De Rossa 10.2 28,748 29,522 29,882 31,849 37,820 41,605 43,536 47,018
Fine Gael Jim Mitchell 9.9 27,873 28,483 30,402 31,296 33,845 34,942 37,051 41,489
Fianna Fáil Ben Briscoe 8.9 25,065 25,457 26,917 27,322 27,727 29,616    
Sinn Féin Seán Crowe 6.6 18,633 19,070 19,735 21,147 21,703      
Labour Party *Bernie Malone 5.7 15,890 16,570 16,982 18,272        
Socialist Party Joe Higgins 3.8 10,619 11,360 11,697          
Christian Solidarity Gerard Casey 3.4 9,425 9,867            
Independent Ciaran Goulding 2.0 5,546              
Independent Adam Goodwin 0.5 1,438              
Independent John Burns 0.4 1,006              
Electorate: 793,200   Valid: 280,671   Spoilt: 6,013 (2.1%)   Quota: 56,135   Turnout: 286,684 (36.1%)

1994 Election result

1994 European Election: Dublin
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Green Party Patricia McKenna 40,388 14.54 1 10
Fianna Fáil *Niall Andrews 36,877 13.27 2 10
Fine Gael *Mary Banotti 38,053 13.70 3 12
Labour Party Bernie Malone 22,419 8.07 4 12
Fine Gael Jim Mitchell 28,116 10.12 Not elected 12
Democratic Left Pat Rabbitte 24,133 8.69 Excluded 11
Labour Party Orla Guerin 16,674 6.00 Excluded 9
Workers Party Tomás Mac Giolla 15,830 5.70 Excluded 8
Fianna Fáil John Stafford 12,811 4.61 Excluded 7
Independent Eamonn Murphy 9,296 3.35 Excluded 6
Progressive Democrats Stephen O'Byrnes 8,212 2.96 Excluded 5
Fianna Fáil Olive Braiden 8,237 2.96 Excluded 4
Sinn Féin Larry O'Toole 8,190 2.95 Excluded 3
Independent Paddy Madigan 6,903 2.48 Excluded 2
Independent John Burns 1,705 0.61 Excluded 1
Electorate: 755,486   Valid: 277,844   Spoilt: 2,917   Quota: 55,569   Turnout: 37.16%

1989 Election result

1989 European Election: Dublin
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Workers Party Proinsias De Rossa 71,041 15.84 1 6
Fine Gael *Mary Banotti 50,666 11.30 2 6
Fianna Fáil *Niall Andrews 72,057 16.07 3 6
Labour Party Barry Desmond 57,225 12.76 4 12
Fianna Fáil *Eileen Lemass 58,345 13.01 Not elected 6
Green Party Trevor Sargent 37,317 8.32 Excluded 5
Progressive Democrats Mary Harney 36,402 8.12 Excluded 4
Independent Raymond Crotty 25,525 5.69 Excluded 3
Fine Gael *Chris O'Malley 26,574 5.93 Excluded 2
Sinn Féin Ann Speed 11,582 2.58 Excluded 1
Independent Tim Cahill 1,668 0.37 Excluded 1
Electorate: 711,416   Valid: 448,402   Spoilt: 7,137   Quota: 89,681   Turnout: 64.03%

Proinsias De Rossa was substituted by Des Geraghty (DL / EUL) in 1992.

1984 Election result

1984 European Election: Dublin
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Fine Gael *Richie Ryan 47,014 16.63 1 8
Fianna Fáil Eileen Lemass 31,350 11.09 2 8
Fine Gael Mary Banotti 42,660 15.09 3 8
Fianna Fáil Niall Andrews 32,512 11.50 4 8
Labour Party Frank Cluskey 28,384 10.04 Not elected 8
Fianna Fáil Jim Tunney 30,488 10.79 Excluded 7
Workers Party Des Geraghty 19,590 6.93 Excluded 6
Independent Seán Loftus 17,385 6.15 Excluded 5
Sinn Féin John Noonan 14,604 5.17 Excluded 4
Independent Shane Ross 8,099 2.87 Excluded 3
Democratic Socialist Party John de Courcy Ireland 5,350 1.89 Excluded 2
Green Party Christopher Fettes 5,242 1.85 Excluded 1
Electorate: 704,873   Valid: 282,678   Spoilt: 6,153   Quota: 56,536   Turnout: 40.98%

Richie Ryan was substituted by Chris O'Malley (FG / EPP) in 1986.

1979 Election result

1979 European Election: Dublin
Party Candidate 1st Pref  % Seat Count
Labour Party John O'Connell 44,832 15.18 1 8
Fine Gael *Richie Ryan 48,411 16.39 2 8
Labour Party Michael O'Leary 34,511 11.68 3 10
Fianna Fáil Síle de Valera 41,357 14.00 4 10
Fine Gael Nuala Fennell 26,951 9.12 Not elected 10
Fianna Fáil *Ruairí Brugha 21,758 7.37 Excluded 8
Independent Seán Loftus 21,769 7.37 Excluded 7
Fine Gael Maurice Manning 14,296 4.84 Excluded 6
Fianna Fáil *Michael Yeats 12,715 4.30 Excluded 5
Sinn Féin (Workers Party) Tomás Mac Giolla 11,915 4.03 Excluded 4
Fianna Fáil Joe Fox 8,178 2.77 Excluded 3
Labour Party Jane Dillon Byrne 7,807 2.64 Excluded 2
Independent Kevin Clear 915 0.31 Excluded 1
Electorate: 618,454   Valid: 295,415   Spoilt: 8,653   Quota: 59,084   Turnout: 49.17%

John O'Connell was substituted by John Horgan (LAB / PES) on 21 October 1981. John Horgan resigned on 1 January 1983 and was replaced by Flor O'Mahony (LAB / PES) on 2 March 1983.

*Denotes outgoing MEP

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