NETHERLANDS


Agreeing with the statement that “immigrants pose a threat to public safety” was a predictor of support for WILDER'S PVV in the full support model but not the GSEM analysis. Those with higher PPS and SSMP scores are more likely to perceive immigrants as a threat than average Dutch  citizens.

 

Just over 40% of Dutch citizens strongly or somewhat agree that immigrants pose a threat to public safety in Holland.

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More than 50% of those with the highest PPS score think immigrants pose a threat to public safety in Holland. By contrast, nearly 60% of those Dutch with the lowest PPS score believe immigrants do not pose a threat to public safety.

 

Around 70% of those with the highest SSMP agree immigrants pose a threat to public safety in the Netherlands.

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When tested in a model, PPS remains a statistically significant predictor of Dutch attitudes toward immigrants and threat.

 

When tested in a model, SSMP also remains a statistically significant predictor of Dutch attitudes toward immigrants and threat.

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