The Dutch general election is a week away and the polls are predicting that rightwing populist Geert Wilders, who has anti-Islam and anti-Eu views, will make gains within the Dutch Parliament.
Incumbent prime minister Mark Rutte still has high popularity, despite the Dutch government’s resignation in January following a child welfare scandal, which saw the government wrongly accuse families of child welfare fraud, asking them to repay the money the government had given to them. This scandal saw a dip in popularity for Mr Rutte’s party. Continue reading Right on the rise in Dutch opinion polls→
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