the Prospect of a red government after the upcoming election is, basically, not to go around.
It recognises the Danish prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen now.
In an interview with Berlingske concedes Loop, that it is most likely not the Left, and himself, that maintains the power.
'You can just as well be honest. It becomes difficult to maintain serveretten in Danish politics with me, and Left. Therefore, it is not just on the surface, is it?' says the prime minister to the newspaper.
the Loop rejects, however, that he has given up in advance:
'It is just a motivation for us makes us even more trouble. I do not give me without a fight. It is not my nature,' saith the Loop.'
The most recent opinion polls predicts a significantly red victory. According to Berlingske Barometer, which is an average of all the polls, stands the blue block only to 45.9 per cent. of the votes, while 54,1 will put their tick by the red block.
It is frustrating for Lars Løkke Rasmussen, however, is that the Left seems to escape relatively unscathed. At the time of writing will be 18.6 per cent. the voice on the Loop batch - a tolerable decrease of only 0.9 percentage points from the last election.
However, it looks bleak for Loop counterparts in the block. Especially the Danish people's Party, but also Liberal Alliance stands for the big decline.
And there is a risk of significant stemmespild internally in the block, after both Klaus Riskær Pedersen, New Civil and firm, and the christian democrats put up.