European Conservatives and Reformists are losing support in Denmark

The Danish People's Party (part of ECR) is down by 2.6 points in two months, while the Social Democrats and new or unaffiliated parties are gaining ground.

In Denmark 17 polls were recorded between January 1 and February 28, 2019. Parties belonging to Greens/EFA and to the Socialists and Democrats have gained support in the polls, while those affiliated with ECR, ALDE, and EPP have lost support. The most recent poll is from February 28, 2019.

Polling support for parties in Denmark

EP group Parties Support 2-month change
ALDE Social Liberals and Venstre - Danish Liberal Party 24.6% -0.2 points
ECR Danish People's Party 14.6% -2.6 points
EPP Conservative People's Party and Christian Democrats 4.9% -0.2 points
GUE/NGL Red–Green Alliance 9.4% 0 points
Greens/EFA Socialist People's Party 6.4% +0.9 points
S&D Social Democrats 27.2% +1.4 points
New or uncategorized The Alternative, The New Right, Klaus Riskær Pedersen, and Liberal Alliance 12.8% +1.7 points

This analysis is part of a study based on 298 polls conducted in the EU member states between January 1 and February 28, 2019. The polls were gathered by the Poll of Polls , which has more has more in-depth polling data for Denmark .

What are the trends at the European level?

At the European level, GUE/NGL is the group that seems to be taking the biggest hit. It is down by 0.7 points to 7.5 percent. Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) and the European People's Party (EPP) are also down in the latest polls by 0.7 and 0.2 points.

The EP group with the biggest increase across the continent is the social democratic S&D. The national parties of this group is up by 0.4 points. Parties that are currently not in the European Parliament and are yet to choose an EP group, are also gaining support, now sitting at 8.1 percent across the union.

To know more about European trends and the methodology that we used for this analysis, you can have a look at this page.

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Wednesday 06 March 2019


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