Published: 29 March 2021
Preliminary Election Results
After voting has ended on election day, voting clerks open the ballot boxes and votes are counted for the first time and results are reported to the Swedish Election Authority. When all votes have been counted, and all polling stations have reported their results, the Election Authority preliminarily distributes seats.
Final Election Results
The County Administrative Boards then counts all votes a second time. At this time, specific personal votes are reported for all candidates.
For elections to the Riksdag, municipal and region assemblies, the election to the Riksdag shall be counted first. Then, the election to the municipal assembly shall be counted and finally the election to theregion assembly.
The results are continuously reported on the Swedish Election Authority’s website.
The outcome of the election to the Riksdag and the European Parliament is determined approximately one week after election day. All results of the election to municipal and region assemblies are typically determined approximately 14 days after election day.
Election results are published at www.val.se. The website lists current and outgoing members of the current legislative term.