- Denmark - 53.2% against, turnout 87.6% on 28 September 2000
- Sweden - 56.1% against, turnout 81.2% on 14 September 2003
But no country is perfect!
An alliance of right-wing parties won the Danish general election on 18-June-2015, in a close race with the dramatic rise of the anti-immigration Danish People's Party (DPP). Coalition talks failed and Denmark's new Liberal prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen just took office with less than 20% of the popular vote.