Exit polls after elections in Norway suggest there could be a change in government. Figures on state television say the left-of-centre opposition led by Jens Stoltenberg could oust Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik’s centre-right government. State TV says the opposition looks likely to pick up 85 seats in the 169 seat parliament. An exit poll on a private station puts the figure at 86. Pollsters warn however that the margins are so tight that these estimates could be unreliable.