Monday, 1 December 2014 - 10:39
Half of voters say Integration has failed
56 percent of voters consider the integration in the Netherlands "largely or completely failed". This is evident from the weekly poll by Maurice de Hond. This feeling is especially prevalent in people who voted for the PVV and VVD - 95 and 71 percent respectively. Voters for the D66 and PvdA has this opinion the least - 27 and 35 percent. The vast majority of voters (82 percent) think that the PvdA is responsible for the failed integration of immigrants in recent decades. This opinion comes especially from voters for the PVV, VVD and CDA. De Honds' poll is held on the internet with at least 2,500 people participating from a sample of more than 40 thousand people who have ever signed up for this panel.