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Year 1958 Eduskunta election took place 6–7 July 1958. As the result of the election Democratic Alliance of the Finnish People has been one of a few cases for a communist party to have won free and fair legislative elections. However, coalition government was formed without Communists' participation.

The results

Turnout 75.0%[1][2] −4.9
party seats votes
oproportion amount
Finnish People's Democratic League 50 +7 23.16% +1.6 450,220 +16,969
Social Democratic Party of Finland 48 −6 23.12% −3.1 449,536 −77,558
Agrarian League 48 −5 23.06% −1.0 448,364 −35,594
National Coalition Party 29 +5 15.28% +2.5 297,094 +40,069
Swedish People's Party 13 +1 6.50% −0.3 126,365 −9,403
People's Party of Finland 8 −5 5.90% −2.0 114,617 −43,706
Social Democratic Opposition 3 1.75% –  33,947 – 
Liberal League 0.33% −0.0 6,424 −386
Åländsk Samling 1 -- 0.28% +0.1 5,487 +836
Opposition of Agrarian League 0.26% –  5,057 – 
Christian League of Finland 0.17% –  3,358 – 
List of Free Citizens and Centre 0.16% –  3,033 – 
List of Free Economy 0.02% –  331 – 
League of People's Cooperation 0.01% –  160 – 
Others 0.01% −0.0 242 −95
Total 200 -- 100% 1,944,235 −64,022
Souorce: Tilastokeskus 2004[3]; Votes of Christian League of Finland, List of Free Citizens and Centre, List of Free Economy and League of People's Cooperation only in print version.[4]

References

  1. ^ Naisten ja miesten äänestysaktiivisuus eduskuntavaaleissa 1908–2003 (Tilastokeskus 1.6.2005)
  2. ^ Eduskuntavaalit 1907–2003 (Oikeusministeriö)
  3. ^ Tiedosto "595. Eduskuntavaalit 1927–2003 (Tilastokeskus 2004)
  4. ^ Suomen virallinen tilasto 29 A, Kansanedustajain vaalit XXVI(?)
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