For some Danes, the famously strict immigration policies of Dansk Folkeparti (DF) are no longer strict enough. Nearly 13 percent of those asked in a Wilke poll conducted for Jyllands-Posten said they long for a party with tighter immigration policies than those of DF.

Nearly 20 percent of blue bloc voters said they would like to see such a party, and 21 percent said they would consider voting for a party whose policies landed to the right of DF's – especially where immigration is concerned.

French backlash

The data was collected from just over 1,000 Danes in the days directly following the attacks on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which experts said may explain some, but not all, of the desire to move to the right.

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