The two groups were set to take five of Denmark's 16 seats in the European Assembly. Opinion polls on the eve of elections had forecast a tie between parties representing lukewarm Europeans, opponents of integration and ardent supporters of closer union.
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Two extra-parliamentary groups opposed to the EU were heading for a big victory in yesterday's European elections in Denmark, according to an exit poll, Reuter reports from Copenhagen.