Danish People’s Party Tops the Polls for the First Time Ever

Sven Longshanks
Daily Stormer
December 7, 2014

DF leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl would be leading the country right now if an election had been held yesterday, as it is they will have to wait until next year to start making changes in Denmark.

There is a lot of good news coming out of Scandinavia at the moment, on top of the Sweden Democrats forcing through a snap election with the help of the center-right, now we hear from The Local that for the first time ever, the far-right Danish People’s Party have come first in a national opinion poll.

The poll was created for TV2 and Politiken by Megafon and shows that if an election were held right now, the Danish People’s Party would win with 21.2% of the vote, almost double the amount of support they managed to pull at the last election in September 2011.

DF’s party leader, Kristian Thulesen Dahl, had this to say about it: “This is a fantastic poll for the Danish People’s Party. But I also know that in the next poll released we’re likely to go back down again.”

DF is an ethnic nationalist party and does not want to see Denmark turned into a multi-ethnic cesspit, although they don’t mind giving limited support to refugees, they say they must go back home after a certain time.

“I don’t think there is any doubt that the asylum debate – that there have come so many of them over the last few months – has clearly affected a lot of Danes’ opinion on what should be done in Christiansborg. And DF has a clear opinion in that area.” Dahl said in a recent interview.

‘The party holds that Denmark is not naturally a country of immigration. The party also does not accept a multi-ethnic transformation of Denmark, and rejects multiculturalism.’ – Wikipedia

The Danes are getting more and more annoyed at the behavior and customs of the non-White hordes invading them, with another recent survey showing that 3/4 of them want to see a ban on circumcision.

At least a third of the indigenous people think the country is being far too tolerant of Islam in particular and are sick of being told to change their behavior, to suit the barbarians colonizing their land.

DF will be hoping to capitalize on this resurgence in patriotic feeling by becoming the largest ruling party at the next election, which will have to be held by September 2015.

“We want to have the Danes’ support and we fight for it every single day. And the day that really counts is the day we vote for parliament.” Dahl said.

These are the results in full of the current opinion poll, with the 2011 election result in parenthesis:

Danish People’s Party: 21.2 (12.3)

Venstre: 20.9 (26.7)

Social Democrats: 19.8 (24.8)

The Red-Green Alliance (Enhedslisten): 9.4 (6.7)

The Social Liberals (Radikale): 8.3 (9.5)

The Socialist People’s Party (SF): 6.5 (9.2)

The Conservatives: 6.2 (4.9)

Liberal Alliance: 5.9 (5.0)

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Things are starting to look better for patriotic Danes.