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Dutch voters want PVV in next cabinet, but not in PM seat
by Janene Pieters
A majority of Dutch voters want anti-Islam party PVV to form part of the cabinet should the party become the biggest faction in the next election. Though most do not want Geert Wilders to get the Prime Minister seat, according to Maurice de Hond's weekly poll.
More than half, 56 percent, of respondents indicated that the PVV should be part of the cabinet if it becomes the largest party. All the PVV voters are in favor of this. PvdA and GroenLinks voters are most against the PVV forming part of the government, with 76 and 74 percent respectively saying no.
When asked whether PVV leader Geert Wilders should be Prime Minister if his party becomes the largest in the election, a majority of 53 percent said no. PvdA, GroenLinks and D66 voters are most against this happening. 87 percent of PVV voters thinks Wilders as Prime Minister is a good idea.
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