Danish People's Party

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Danish People's Party
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Political position Danish nationalism
National conservatism
Populism
Leader Pia Kjærsgaard
Country Denmark
Existence 1995–present
Colours red, white
Website DanskfolkeParti.dk

Dansk Folkeparti (Danish People's Party) is a Nationalist political party in Denmark. Its goals are to protect the freedom and cultural heritage of the Danish people, including the family, the Monarchy and the Church of Denmark, to enforce a strict rule of law, to work against Denmark becoming a multi-ethnic society by limiting immigration and promoting cultural assimilation of admitted immigrants, to maintain a strong welfare system for those in need, and to promote entrepreneurship and economic growth by strengthening education and encouraging people to work, and to protect the environment and natural resources[1].

Results

Parliamentary elections

Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote
1998 13 252 429 7.4%
2001 22 413 987 12.0%
2005 24 444 205 13.2%
2007 25 479 532 13.8%
2011 22 436 726 12.3%

European Parliament elections

Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote
1999 1 114 865 5.8%
2004 1 128 789 6.8%
2009 2 357 942 15.3%

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