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The centre-right Conservative People's Party reached a three-decade high of 18.8% in the latest Megafon general election opinion poll. The 23.9% support recorded for PM Mette Frederiksen's centre-left Social Democrats is the lowest level of support the party has recorded in a Megafon poll since March 2016.

  • Megafon poll: Social Democrats: 24% (-1), Conservatives: 19% (+1), Venstre: 12% (-2), Red-Green Alliance: 9%, Socialist People's Party: 9%, New Right: 8%, Social Liberals: 7% (+2), Danish People's Party: 5%, Alternative: 3%, Moderates: 2% (new), Christian Democrats: 2%. +/- vs. 8-10 November 2021. Fieldwork: 10-20 January 2022. Sample size: 2,015
  • The next election does not have to take place until June 2023 at the latest, and given the narrow polling gap between the left-leaning 'red bloc' of parties and the right-leaning 'blue bloc' a snap election seems an unlikely prospect in the short-to-medium term.
  • Politics in Denmark remains gripped by the case of spy chief Lars Findsen, who was arrested in December on charges that have not been made public. PM Frederiksen has sought to assure allies that the arrest will not affect bilateral relations or risk the Western security alliance.
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