Vote 2014: Northern Ireland European election result

Northern Ireland elects three Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) using the Single Transferable Vote system. The candidates who ran are listed here, alphabetically by party.

The quota is 156,532 votes - any individual candidate who gets this many votes will be elected straightaway.

Turnout was 635,927 or 51.84% of possible voters. This was higher than the last European elections in 2009, when 488,891 people - 42.8% of the electorate - went to the polls.

Candidate Party First pref. votes First pref. vote share Status

Anna Lo

Alliance

44,432

7.1%

Eliminated

Mark Brotherston

Conservative

4,144

0.7%

Eliminated

Diane Dodds

DUP

131,163

20.9%

Elected

Ross Brown

Green Party

10,598

1.7%

Eliminated

Tina McKenzie

NI21

10,553

1.7%

Eliminated

Martina Anderson

Sinn FĂ©in

159,813

25.5%

Elected

Alex Attwood

SDLP

81,594

13%

Eliminated

Jim Allister

TUV

75,806

12.1%

Eliminated

Henry Reilly

UKIP

24,584

3.9%

Eliminated

Jim Nicholson

Ulster Unionist

83,438

13.3%

Elected

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