The Reform Party and the coalition partners IRL had garnered 29 percent and 23 percent of the vote respectively, granting them a majority in the new Parliament with 56 seats. Andrus Ansip stated already he wants to continue with the current coalition set-up.
The main opposition party, the Centre Party, gained 17 percent and lost three seats in the election ending up with 26 in the new parliament. Biggest gain made the Social Democratic Party with 21 percent of the votes. They will take 19 seats, nine more than they previously held. The Greens and the People's Union failed to garner enough votes to win a seat in parliament.
Figures from the Estonian electoral commission showed that 140.846 people - almost 25 percent of all voters cast Internet ballots in Sunday's election. The Estonian parliament is still the only parliamentary poll in the world with an online option.