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How many votes (in %) will the parties win in the Danish general election, 2022?

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Danish general election

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Det Konservative Folkeparti (C)

What will be the party strength (in percent) of the Det Konservative Folkeparti (C) in the Danish general election?
Det Konservative Folkeparti (Konservative Volkspartei) ist eine politische Partei in Dänemark. Die Konservativen setzten sich für freie Marktwirtschaft ein. Ihre Anhänger sind Unternehmer, Kaufleute und Teile der Mittelschicht.

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