In immigrant neighborhoods, where at least 50% of the residents are of non-Western origin, ethnic residents are clearly less satisfied with the population composition than the non-Western immigrant residents. In 2006 44% of the ethnic Dutch that lived in such neighborhoods were satisfied with the population composition situation compared with 62% of the immigrants who were satisfied.
In ethnic neighborhoods, with less than 5% non-western immigrants, 91% of the ethnic Dutch were satisfied with the population composition, compared with 78% of the non-western immigrants.
In mixed neighborhoods (5%-50% non-Western immigrants) there was no difference in opinion between immigrants and ethnic Dutch.
Source: Allochtonen Weblog (Dutch)