Of those Flemish expats casting their votes in East Flanders 25.5% voted liberal, 21.3% nationalist, 18.1% green, 14.2% Christian democrat, 10.2% socialist and just 5.3% for the far-right Vlaams Belang.
Flemish expats voting in Flemish Brabant too voted in big numbers for the liberals. Open VLD received 26.9% of the vote.
Second was the Flemish nationalist N-VA on 19% followed by the greens on 14.6%, the Christian democrats on 14.2% and the socialists on 10.2%. The far-right Vlaams Belang polled just 3.2% among expats voters voting in Flemish Brabant.
24.3% of Limburg expats voted nationalist, 20.2% liberal, 18.1% Christian democrat, 14.2% socialist, 12.3% green and 5.5% for the far right Vlaams Belang.
Meanwhile, it was more or less neck to neck between the nationalists (22%) and the liberals (21.6%) among Flemish expats opting to vote in the West Flanders constituency.
The greens came in third (19.4%); the Christian democrats were fourth (16.6%), the socialist fifth (10.6%) and the far-right Vlaams Belang last with 5.6%.
28.1% of Flemish expats voting in the Antwerp constituency voted nationalist, 23.3% liberal, 16.5% green, 11.3% Christian democrat, 10.1% socialist and 5.2% for the far-right Vlaams Belang.