Friday, January 1, 2016

Worried About Refugee Crisis, Dutch Voters Flock to Geert Wilders' Anti-Immigration Party

According to a new report from the Dutch social policy institute, the SCP, almost one-third of Dutch voters now believes that immigration and integration are serious issues. Dutch News explains:    Almost 30% now consider immigration and integration to be the biggest problems facing the country, double the figure at the start of the year. In particular, people are afraid of increasing tensions in society and many think it unfair so much money is being diverted to refugees while Dutch people live in poverty, the SCP says...

Read more at PJ Media
(Hat tip: KimR)


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