According to a survey by Maurice de Hond on Friday among 1200 people, almost a third of the Dutch had seen the movie wholly or partially. 20% thought it was good that Wilders made and released the movie, 25% thought it was better if it wasn't made, and 48% were neutral.
A clear majority of the Dutch think the cabinet had reacted too severely to Wilder's intention to release the film. This was especially true for PVV and VVD supporters.
According to a TNS Nipo survey for RTL among 853 people, 61% think after the fact that it was correct for the movie not to be forbidden. 55% of those who had seen it say it was a bad movie.
57% still fear that relations with Arab countries would get worse, compared to 81% a month ago. 44% of the Dutch expects a boycot of Dutch goods, compared to 68% a month ago.
Sources: Netwerk, Telegraaf (Dutch)
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