Chris Morris and Matthew Price
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Eurosceptic trend in Denmark and Greece

In troubled Greece the opinion polls reflect voter discontent, with the radical left-wing Syriza bloc now neck-and-neck with the ruling conservative New Democracy.

Both are on just over 26% each, so Syriza is likely to enter the European Parliament for the first time - and in strength.

In affluent Denmark the People's Party (DF), with a nationalist and Eurosceptic outlook, is topping the latest polls. Centrist parties are second and third.

Chris Morris reports from Athens and Matthew Price from Copenhagen.

  • 15 May 2014
  • From the section Europe
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