Fine Gael - General Election Results

General Election Results

Election il Share of votes Seats Government Total seats
1937 09 !9th 34.8% 48 Fianna Fáil 138
1938 10th 33.3% 45 Fianna Fáil 138
1943 11th 23.1% 32 Fianna Fáil 138
1944 12th 21.8% 30 Fianna Fáil 138
1948 13th 19.8% 31 Fine Gael–Labour Party–Clann na Poblachta–Clann na Talmhan–National Labour 147
1951 14th 25.7% 40 Fianna Fáil 147
1954 15th 32.0% 50 Fine Gael–Labour Party–Clann na Talmhan 147
1957 16th 26.6% 40 Fianna Fáil 147
1961 17th 32.0% 47 Fianna Fáil 144
1965 18th 33.9% 47 Fianna Fáil 144
1969 19th 33.3% 50 Fianna Fáil 144
1973 20th 35.1% 54 Fine Gael–Labour Party 144
1977 21st 30.6% 43 Fianna Fáil 148
1981 22nd 39.2% 65 Fine Gael–Labour Party 166
1982.1 !1982 (Feb) 23rd 37.3% 63 Fianna Fáil 166
1982.2 !1982 (Nov) 24th 39.2% 70 Fine Gael–Labour Party 166
1987 25th 27.1% 50 Fianna Fáil 166
1989 26th 29.3% 55 Fianna Fáil–Progressive Democrats 166
1992 27th 24.5% 45 Fianna Fáil–Labour Party (1992–94)
Fine Gael–Labour Party–Democratic Left (1994–97)
166
1997 28th 27.9% 54 Fianna Fáil–Progressive Democrats 166
2002 29th 22.5% 31 Fianna Fáil–Progressive Democrats 166
2007 30th 27.3% 51 Fianna Fáil–Green Party-Progressive Democrats 166
2011 31 !31st 36.1% 76 Fine Gael–Labour Party 166

A In December 1994, Fine Gael, the Labour Party and Democratic Left entered into government without a general election being called.

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