Denmark’s governing centre-right Liberal-Conservative coalition and its parliamentary ally, the Danish People’s Party, have polled 47, 18 and 25 seats respectively. The centre-left Social Democrats have come in with 45, with 23 for the Socialist People’s Party and nine for the Social Liberals.
The recently formed New Alliance has five. Meanwhile, the Red-Green Alliance has four seats in the 179 member Assembly. Three further results from Denmark’s North Atlantic territories of Greenland and the Faroe Islands are also pending.