Almost 70% of Dutch citizens have unfavorable (very or somewhat unfavorable) feelings towardsrefugees and asylum seekers. Less than 5% have very favorable feelings toward them.
The differences between Dutch citizens feelings about immigrants and refugees and asylum seekers are minimal even when analyzed through the lens of highest and lowest Populism Propensity Scores.
In a model including PPS, SSMP, ideology, and a wide range of demographic variables, antipathy toward refugees and asylum seekers, estimated by PPS, is statistically and substantively significant.
Antipathy toward refugees and asylum seekers is also statistically and substantively significant when viewed in terms of SSMP.
The higher Dutch citizens score on both the PPS and SSMP measures, the more likely they are to resent migrants.
The higher Dutch citizens score on both the PPS and SSMP measures, the more likely they are to resent Muslims.