Or maybe: Almost nothing.
On the one hand, this Sunday’s Gallup poll confirmed that the Danish Social Democrats still face a hugh problem in attracting voters. Compared to February’s poll, the party’s share of voter support was down from 23,2% to 22,5%. This month’s winner is the Social Liberal Party with 11% of the votes.
On the other hand, the balance between the governing coalition and the opposition is nearly unchanged. The government and the Danish People’s Party commands support from 52-53% of the voters, while the opposition can count on 44-46% of the voters.