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On Twitter, it was mostly about the gains of the populist Danish People's Party, known for their anti-immigrant platform. Others were just, well interesting. Here is a completely non-random selection of tweets
The polls have closed on the Danish election 2015 and the votes have been counted, and the blue bloc, comprised of the Danish People’s Party, the Conservative People’s Party, The Liberal Alliance, and Venstre, have emerged from the tight race as winners.
The response on social media, has mostly been in regards to the Danish People’s Party surge in popularity and prominence. But other tweets just poked a bit of fun at the whole process.
Here is our selection of interesting, cheeky, loveable, nerdy, thought-provoking tweets from election night.
In Denmark, as in UK, Twitter Lefties had convinced themselves that they represented the whole electorate, and are now outraged. #valg2015
— Daniel Hannan (@DanHannanMEP) June 18, 2015
— Donna Sørensen (@theflyingpoet) June 19, 2015
— M. Colville-Andersen (@copenhagenize) June 19, 2015
If Helle Thorning-Schmidt goes on the international lecture circuit then life really will have imitated #Borgen
— Duncan (@shaksper) June 19, 2015
— Jonas Hansen (@hedegaardhansen) June 18, 2015
— Mikkel Lorenz (@MiguelLorenzo) June 18, 2015
— Missguppy (@missguppy1) June 18, 2015
— Jesper Laier (@jesperlaier) June 18, 2015
Tillykke til dem der vandt igår. Tro mig – vi andre kæmper videre! #dkpol
— Pia Olsen Dyhr (@PiaOlsen) June 19, 2015
The chairman of the Socialist People’s Party says, “Congratulations to those who won yesterday. Believe me- the rest of us will keep fighting! #dkpol”
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