Labor Party Diederik Samsom, second right, celebrates with former Dutch prime minister Wim Kok, left, and former finance minister Wouter Bos, second left, after exit poll results of the

 

              Labor Party Diederik Samsom, second right, celebrates with former Dutch prime minister Wim Kok, left, and former finance minister Wouter Bos, second left, after exit poll results of the
Labor Party Diederik Samsom, second right, celebrates with former Dutch prime minister Wim Kok, left, and former finance minister Wouter Bos, second left, after exit poll results of the parliamentary elections are announced in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday Sept. 12, 2012. An exit poll commissioned by the two biggest Dutch news broadcasters has predicted a narrow election victory for the Prime Minister Mark Rutte's free-market VVD party. The exit poll, which will be updated with late votes, gave the VVD 41 of the House of Representatives' 150 seats and the center-left Labor Party 40 votes. The poll has a 1.5 percent margin of error, and the broadcasters said the final result was still too close to call. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)