Preliminary results European Parliament election 2024 in Zoetermeer

Update June 11

The preliminary results of the European Parliament elections in Zoetermeer are known. View the results at

Update June 6, 9:30 p.m.

It has been 9 p.m. and the polling stations are now closed.

Tonight we are going to count all the votes in each polling station. We may announce the preliminary results only after the closing of the last EU polling station (Sunday, June 9, 11 p.m.).

You will find the preliminary results next Monday on the Elections page.

Update June 6, 7:50 p.m.

How many residents have already voted? Check the table below, we'll complete the table several times today.

Preliminary turnout percentages Zoetermeer 2024

(In parentheses, attendance in 2019)

TimeEuropean Parliament
11:00 a.m.8,5%
1:30 p.m.15,3%
4 p.m.22,0%
7:30 p.m.36,0%
9:30 p.m.41,2% (39,01%)

Update June 6, 10:00 a.m.

Mayor Michel Bezuijen voted this morning at inZet Oosterheem, Zanzibarplein 5. Will you be voting too? We have 55 polling stations so there is always one near you. In addition to your voting passes, bring proof of identity. We look forward to seeing you.

Mayor puts ballot in ballot box

Thursday, June 6, 7:30 a.m.

Good morning Zoetermeer! It's election day. The polling stations are now open.

You can vote until 9 p.m. tonight. View the list of polling places to find a polling place near you.

Learn more about the election at