The Conservative Party stands with 368 seats to get an absolute majority at the uk general election.
It shows a first valgstedsmåling, published 23 o'clock on Thursday evening, according to the BBC.
Thus, it seems that Boris Johnson can remain as prime minister, if the result holds, when all the votes are counted.
Labour with Jeremy Corbyn in the forefront stands to 191 seats in the same measurement.
The Scottish Nationalparti gets in the measurement 55 seats, the liberal democratic party stands for 13 seats, the welsh Plaid Cymru stands for three seats, and The Green stands for one seat.
The official results are expected to come in over the next seven hours after the first valgstedsmåling, writes the news agency Reuters.
On Twitter to thank prime minister Boris Johnson voters:
"Thank you to everyone who throughout this amazing country, have voted, worked as a volunteer or put up as candidates."
"We live in the best democracy in the world, writes Johnson about the election, in which it provisionally looks like that there is a strong and clear support for his message to get out brexit."
In the last five british elections on the national level has only a valgstedsmåling taken the error of the overall result, according to Reuters.
It came to pass in 2015, since the measurement showed that there would be no clear majority. Here ended The Conservative Party, however, after the final results with a majority vote and 14 seats more than predicted.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 01:00