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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
Higher educated most politically active
Higher educated people are generally more interested in politics.
Ecosystems and well-being – the impact of land use changes
The contributions of ecosystems to well-being depend on the extent and quality of ecosystems. This report shows that the state of natural capital is a cause for concern, and that future spatial...
Dutch less politically active than Germans
Nearly four in ten Dutch people undertake political activities other than voting in an election. The share of politically active people varies between regions, but is overall significantly lower than...
Political engagement and cynicism go hand in hand
One third of the Dutch population are politically active. They participate in discussions on political issues, take to the streets to demonstrate, sign petitions and contact politicians.
4 in 10 young people interested in politics
Young people aged 15 to 17 years have little interest in politics. They become more interested when turning 18.
SDC and special focus groups: a European perspective
Publications on small, special focus groups call for accurate application of statistical disclosure control. To that end, perturbative methods may be useful. Proper communication thereof is...
The Emancipation Monitor describes the position of women as compared to men in the areas of education, employment, income, work and care, crime victim rates and safety, and health. It also measures...
NWO funding for research into global well-being
How does economic growth in the Netherlands affect well-being in poorer countries in the Global South?
CBS highlights well-being theme in ministerial budgets
At the request of the Dutch Cabinet, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) publishes the Monitor of Well-being & the Sustainable Development Goals annually on Accountability Day (May).
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.
The Caribbean Netherlands in Numbers 2022
The Caribbean Netherlands in numbers, 2022 is a compact and colourful book with new and updated information about many different aspects of life in the Caribbean Netherlands.
Public debt dipped below 50 percent of GDP at end of Q3 2022
The first three quarters produced a positive budget balance of 7 billion euros.
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.
Participation in politics
Participation; political favour and voting behaviour, political interest and opinions by personal characteristics
Other local Government; quarterly revenue and expenditure
Quarterly cash based revenue and expenditure of the Other local Government units according to EU directive 2011/85 (Sixpack).
Main Units of local Government; quarterly revenue and expenditure
Quarterly cash based revenue and expenditure of the Main local Government units according to EU directive 2011/85 (Sixpack).
Government participation; public and private corporations
Significant participation (0.01% of GDP) of the government on corporation capital of public and private corporations.