Danish workers have begun taking down the many election banners and billboards cluttering the streets of Copenhagen, Friday, the day after the country's elections which saw former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt of the Social Democrat Party defeated by opposition Venstre leader Lars Loekke Rasmussen. With all votes counted, early results forecasted that the opposition bloc led by Rasmussen had won the 90 seats needed to get a majority in the 179-seat parliament. Venstre, which ended third in the polls and lost support compared to former elections, will need the help of the eurosceptic Danish People's Party (DPP) to form a coalition. The Danish People's Party overtook Venstre in the polls to be become Denmark's second party with 21 percent of the votes, almost double the number of votes they received four years ago.
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