All 150 seats in the House of Representatives
76 seats needed for a majority
|Turnout||80.3% ( 5.5 pp)|
This lists parties that won seats. See the complete results below.
General elections were held in the Netherlands on 6 September 1989. The Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) remained the largest party, winning 54 of the 150 seats in the House of Representatives. This chamber served for 4 years and 7 months, the longest tenure of any modern Dutch parliament.
Following the elections, the CDA formed a coalition government with the Labour Party with the CDA's Ruud Lubbers continuing as Prime Minister.
|Christian Democratic Appeal||3,135,056||35.32||54||0|
|People's Party for Freedom and Democracy||1,290,427||14.54||22||–5|
|Reformed Political Party||165,918||1.87||3||0|
|Reformed Political League||109,458||1.23||2||+1|
|Reformatory Political Federation||85,081||0.96||1||0|
|League of Communists in the Netherlands||7,361||0.08||0||0|
|Socialist Workers' Party||4,283||0.05||0||0|
|Anti Unemployment Party||2,166||0.02||0||New|
|Political Party for the Elderly||2,149||0.02||0||New|
|Progressive Minorities Party||1,939||0.02||0||New|
|Party of Democratic Socialists||452||0.01||0||New|
|Socialist Minority Party||328||0.00||0||New|
|Environmental Defence Party 2000+||138||0.00||0||New|
|Great Alliance Party||54||0.00||0||New|