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Education and research low on election priority list

Respondents to a national poll have said that healthcare, immigration and jobs are the most important topics for them in the upcoming national election, with fewer prioritising research.

In the survey run by the Danish TV channel TV2 and the national daily Politiken, only 7 per cent of respondents said that education and research top their list of priorities for the national election. A total of 30 per cent said that healthcare was most important for them, followed by immigration at 29 per cent and employment at 22 per cent. 

The EU and defence politics were also considered some of the least important areas, with 4 per cent of those polled stating the EU was their top priority, and 3 per cent choosing defence.

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