Majority of Dutch want to directly elect the Prime Minister
A majority of 56 percent of Dutch voters would like to directly elect the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, according to a recent poll by Maurice de Hond.
39 percent of voters are against directly voting for a Prime Minister, and five percent don't have an opinion on the matter.
PVV voters are particularly in favor of being able to vote for a Prime Minister directly. 83 percent of PVV voters want to elect a prime minister. This likely has to do with almost all of the other political parties refusing to work with the PVV in a coalition government.
50Plus and SP voters are also massively in favor of directly electing a prime minister, with 73 percent and 71 percent respectively.
The parliamentary elections will be held on March 15th.