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7 results for keyword:social trust
7 results for keyword:social trust

Trust in Parliament at 10-year low

In the last quarter of 2022, 25 percent of the Dutch population aged 15 years and over had confidence in the lower house of Dutch Parliament, the so-called Tweede Kamer (House of Representatives).


Dutch people more pessimistic about the future of society

In 2021, people in the Netherlands were more pessimistic about the future society than in 2018.


Trust in others, legal system and politics; European comparison

Trust of citizens from European countries in people and organisations EP, UN, police, legal system and political parties by characteristics


Public trust in EU and politics on the rise

Last year, more than six in ten Dutch people aged 15 and up indicated they trusted other people, a share similar to that in 2017.


Growing confidence in the military

Last year, more than six in every ten over-15s indicated to have confidence in the military, i.e. slightly more than in 2012. People have more confidence in police and judiciary, but less confidence...


Growing confidence in fellow men

The majority of the Dutch population trust their fellow citizens, politics, the police and the legal system. Confidence has grown over the period 2002-2010.



Latest figures on distribution of well-being ‘here and now’. How is well-being distributed in terms of society? Well-being includes people having opportunities to participate in society and living in...