Austria's grand coalition celebrates poll victory
30 September 2013 Last updated at 17:39 BST
Austria's two ruling parties have won enough votes for another five-year term in a "grand coalition", but it was their worst result since World War II.
There was a surge in support for the Eurosceptic right-wing Freedom Party (FPOe), which got 21.4%.
The Social Democrats (SPOe) came top with 27.1% and the conservative People's Party (OeVP) got 23.8% in Sunday's election.
Social Democrat Chancellor Werner Faymann was cheered by supporters in Vienna as the results came in.