COPENHAGEN (AP) - More than two months after Danish voters rejected the Maastricht Treaty on European political and economic union, opposition to the treaty has grown, a poll indicated yesterday.
A survey in the financial daily Borsen showed 57 per cent of those polled said they would reject the treaty if a referendum were held now, while 43 per cent would favour it. In the binding June 2 referendum, 50.7 per cent of voters opposed the treaty while 49.3 per cent favoured the agreement.
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