If poll by Voxmeter hold true when it comes to stemmespild, has Left not a chance.
the Blue block has been a series of new parties in recent years and it can get to be costly, if not they can slide over the threshold and get seats in the Parliament.
The most recent opinion poll carried out by Voxmeter for Ritzau indicates that it will not be able to. It can be a stake through the Liberal party, Jakob Ellemann-Jensen's statsministerdrømme.
- If the numbers from this here the measurement is to be believed, then it's a blue nightmare. For holding it, so has Jakob Ellemann-Jensen (V) is not a kinamands chance to become the Danish prime minister.
- this is The worst-case scenario for the blue block, we're looking at here, says political commentator Hans Engell on the measurement.
If the measurement was a robust result, so would the blue block have a stemmespild of up to 7.2 percent of the total votes.
In the measurement stands the New Civic to have 1.5 percent, the Liberal Alliance of 1.9 percent, Klaus Riskær Petersen 0.6 percent, firm 1.3 percent and "others", which among other things counts the start-up of the party Forward, and the christian democrats, to 1.9 Kolaybet percent.
- So many wasted seats, the blue block could not cope with, unless there comes a huge shift in votes. And it is not something that suggests.
- So many blue parties, which is just below the threshold, it will certainly cost the government, says Hans Engell.
At the end of the 1980s saw the red block a similar trend, as the parties to the Common Rate, the Danish Communist Party (the communist party), see european council (VS), the Marxist-Leninist Party (MLP), Communist workers Party (KAP), the Socialist workers Party (SAP) and The Greens, in varying degrees drew votes without going over the threshold.
In 1988, was stemmespildet in the red block at around 4.7 percent, i.e. considerably below what the blue block is in the Voxmeters latest measurement.
Hans Engell says that the problem is hard to handle for the Left as the opposition party.
- You can't do anything about it. The socialists could not in the 1970s and 1980s to do something about, that there was a large red stemmespild. It weakened the red block a lot.
- simply Put, if this holds for a choice, so can Mette Frederiksen (S) be sure to continue as prime minister.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 10:00