Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The Danes were at the polls to determine the members of the 179-seat parliament. Many of the polls published ahead of the elections, the election says the left block will win.
In Denmark, voters are expected to vote for the social democratic bloc instead of the minority coalition, the Liberal Party, the Liberal Alliance, the Conservative Party and the right-wing Danish People's Party.
If the polls are correct, the country's prime minister, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, will head to the Social Democratic Party leader Mette Frederiksen. In this case, Frederiksen will be the second female prime minister in the history of the country.
During the Danish general election campaigns, the issue of global warming and immigration was the most discussed in the country.