All 183 seats in the National Council
92 seats needed for a majority
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|Politics of Austria|
Parliamentary elections were held in Austria on 17 October 1920, although they were not held in Carinthia until 19 June 1921 and in Burgenland until 18 June 1922. They were the first regular elections held after a permanent constitution was promulgated two weeks earlier.
The result was a victory for the Christian Social Party, which won 85 of the 183 seats. Voter turnout was 80.3%.
|Christian Social Party||1,245,531||41.8||85||+16|
|Social Democratic Party||1,072,709||36.0||69||−3|
|Greater German People's Party||390,013||13.1||21||New|
|Civic Workers' Party||42,826||1.4||1||New|
|Burgenland Citizens' and Farmers' Party||0||New|
|Communist Party of Austria||27,386||0.9||0||New|
|Socialist and Democratic Czechoslovakians||7,580||0.3||0||−1|
|Christian National Unity List||70,169||2.4||0||New|
|Jewish National Party||0||−1|
|Source: Mackie & Rose, Nohlen & Stöver|