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3. The blue camp (the right-wing parties) 


  • Even if their leader, Morten Messerschmidt is hesitant to admit it, the members of DF want Søren Pape Poulsen as the new prime minister of Denmark. (at 1,9% in the opinion polls now, high chance to not enter the Parliament, which will affect the blue camp)
  • At the same time, DF 2.0, Inger Støjberg DD’s party decided to be friends again with her old party, Venstre and point towards the leaders of the liberals, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen as the new prime minister of Denmark (at 10,8% now, the support dropped with 1% since last month).
  • In the blue camp, the game of thrones is in full swing with Ellemann and Pape both courting the other blue parties for support. The scandals around Søren Pape and the Conservative’s plan to fire 40.000 public employees has scared some voters away, as the support declined with 3,3% to 13,4%. Some of the voters switched to Jacob Ellemann and Venstre which increased their support by 0,6% to 11,9%. 
Narcis George Matache
Narcis George Matache
Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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