Among the winners of the elections are the Green Party and the conservative National Coalition Party; the right-wing populists and the Social-Democrats have to accept dramatic losses.
The Left Alliance managed to increase its share of votes in almost all Finnish regions. It won more votes both in big cities (Helsinki: 11.2%, +1,1%; 10 seats, +1), and in small towns in comparison to both the parliamentary elections of 2015 and the municipal elections of 2012.
The support for the Left Alliance is the strongest in Northern Finland, where in several municipalities it reached over 30% of the vote. The Left Alliance was voted the largest party in two municipalities; Kemi in the North (33.7%), and Karkkila in the South (27.0%).