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EPvotetracker: How do MEPs vote?

A free service of the European Integration and European Policy Chair at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

Which parties provided the majority in the European Parliament most often since the last European elections? Where did my local MEP stand in the vote on the EU copyright reform? Were the political groups internally divided in the Corona crisis? The Chair of European Integration and European Policy's EPvotetracker gives you easy access to voting results in the European Parliament to answer these and other questions.

In the EPvotetracker app you can find all roll call votes ("Roll Call Votes") of the parliamentary plenary. Select a specific vote and find out how individual MEPs, political groups or national delegations voted in it. Or compile a group of votes by criteria such as the period, the topic or the committee responsible and get summary statistics. The EPvotetracker app offers you a variety of ways to analyze voting results yourself.

Or are you mainly interested in a simple overview of the voting behavior of German MEPs on current issues? After each plenary session, we create charts summarized by federal state. To do so, follow the link "Voting overviews" directly.

EPvotetracker is a free service of the University of Duisburg Essen and a project of the Jean Monnet Chair for European Integration and European Politics.

If you need more specialized data based on our analysis for your scientific research projects or academic papers, please feel free to contact us.

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