NETHERLANDS


Dutch citizens are more likely to agree that it is important to live in a country where people respect the country’s traditions. Dutch citizens with the highest Populism Propensity Score, however, are even more likely to agree with this proposition.

 

Approximately, 36% of Dutch citizens (red bar) agree it is very important to “respect the country’s traditions.”

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The difference between those scoring highest and lowest on PPS when it comes to respecting Dutch traditions is significant. Almost 60% of Dutch citizens with the highest PPS say it is very important to “live in a country where people respect the country’s traditions.” By contrast, less than 40% of Dutch citizens with the lowest PPS agree that respecting traditions is very important.