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With 78% of votes counted, Liberals the big winners

THE NETHERLANDS. In its latest prognosis, with 78% of the votes counted, news agency ANP suggests VVD will win 35 seats in the 150 seat parliament, with D66 in second place on 24 – three down on the exit poll but still an increase of five on the party’s result in 2017.

Geert Wilders’ far right PVV lost three seats but remains the third biggest party in parliament. Although his party’s decline has been offset by a sharp rise in support for Thierry Baudet’s far right Forum voor Democratie and the arrival of FvD splinter party JA21, the far right still have less than 20% of the votes – which translates into 29 seats in parliament. The latest poll suggest there will be 17 parties in parliament, with four newcomers – JA21, Volt, the pro farmers BBB and BIJ1.

 

Party 2021 2017 Change
VVD 35 33 +2
D66 24 19 +5
PVV 17 20 -3
CDA 15 19 -4
PvdA 9 9 --
GroenLinks 7 14 -7
SP 9 14 -5
FvD 8 2 +6
PvD 6 5 +1
ChristenUnie 5 5 --
Volt 3 0 +3
SGP 3 3 --
JA21 4 0 +4
DENK 2 3 -1
50PLUS 1 4 -3
BBB 1 0 +1
Bij1 1 0 +1

This article first appeared on dutchnews.nl

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