The Danish Left wing moving to election victory


Thursday, 15 September 2011
The Danish left - bloc lead by the Social Democrats Helle Thorning-Schmidt is moving towards victory in the just concluded polling according to Danish TV2’s exit poll.

According to the exit polls, it is being predicted that the red bloc will 93 seats and the blue bloc 86 seats.


If the figures are to remain as predicted, then Thorning-Schmidt will be Denmark's first female Prime minister.
The Danish political scientist Tom Bryder has looked at the exit poll survey as completely reliable, since it is based on how people actually voted.

“We can assume that the red and Radical Liberals have won,” he says to the Swedish news network, TT on the phone from the Danish parliament, Folketing.

According to exit polls, the Social Democrats will be the largest party in the parliament with 44 seats, followed by the ruling party, the right liberal Venstre, with 43 seats.
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