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Exit poll: Danish governing bloc, opposition neck-and-neck

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 An exit poll by Danish broadcaster TV2 shows Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt's governing coalition and the center-right opposition in a dead heat in the country's parliamentary election.

   The poll results gave the opposition 88 seats, and 87 for the center-left government. That would still leave the race open because it doesn't count the four seats from Greenland and the Faeroe Islands.

   The poll was based on about 6,000 interviews and had a margin of error of about 3 percentage points.

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