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SF became the big winner of the EU election

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SF – Socialistisk Folkeparti (the Socialist People’s Party) – emerged as the largest party in the Danish election for the European Parliament on Sunday.

With 99.8% of the votes counted, SF obtained 17.40% of the votes. The Social Democrats saw a decrease and received 15.62% of the votes, making them the second largest party.

The third largest party was Venstre with 14.73% of the votes.

There were 4,301,254 eligible voters, and 58.2% of them voted.

The three parties in government – Socialdemokraterne) (the Social Democrats, Venstre (The Liberal Party of Denmark), and Moderaterne (the Moderates) – together received 36.3% of the votes.

Once the final votes are counted, there will be a final count that may adjust the numbers slightly, but nothing significant in the grand scheme of things.

Percentage distribution of votes with 99.8% of the votes counted.

(F) SF – Socialistisk Folkeparti 17,40%
(A) Socialdemokratiet 15,62%
(V) Venstre, Danmarks Liberale Parti 14,73%
(C) Det Konservative Folkeparti 8,85%
(Æ) Danmarksdemokraterne 7,40%
(B) Radikale Venstre 7,07%
(Ø) Enhedslisten – De Rød-Grønne 6,98%
(I) Liberal Alliance 6,96%
(O) Dansk Folkeparti 6,38%
(M) Moderaterne 5,95%
(Å) Alternativet 2,65%

Source: KMDvalg.dk.

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