The Danish people’s Party (DF), according to the results of the elections in a large loss. The social democrats will win.
The populist, anti-immigratiepartij Dansk Folkeparti to lose, according to first results of 17,4 percentage points to 3.4 per cent of the votes in the country. The social democrats will win, compared to the elections in 2015, which is 4.1 percentage points, up to a 30.5 per cent.
Money Fam to the prime minister, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, to win in a 2.8 percentage point, and the second party, to 25.4 percent of the time.
The Liberal Alliance, like the DF as a coalition partner of Rasmussen’s win, compared to 2015 and by 1 percentage point, to 8.5 percent.
It’s going to be the preliminary results. This message is updated as soon as new results come in.