European elections, exit poll Holland: Labor-Greens ahead of Wilders' far right


By John

The Labour-Green coalition led by Frans Timmermans is ahead of the far right of Geert Wilders in the European elections in the countries. According to the first exit polls, in fact, the pro-European alliance would obtain 8 seats compared to the 7 assigned to the Party for Freedom (PVV).

The first exit polls therefore seem to go against the trend of the previous polls. For Wilders, who obtained 0 seats in 2019, it is in any case a clear victory compared to five years ago. The right-wing liberals of outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte, now led by Dilan Yesilgoz, follow with 4 seats. According to the exit polls, the Christian Democrats (CDA) would gain 3 seats on a par with the left-wing liberals (D66), 2 seats instead for the Peasants' Movement (BBB), and one seat each for Pieter Omtzigt's centrists, Wilders' government allies, and the Forum for Democracy (FvD) led by populist leader Thierry Baudet.