The erosion of traditional Dutch values is the main concern of voters heading into the March 15 general election, according to research by Ipos for broadcaster NOS.

In total, 86% of the 1,100 people questioned said they were concerned or very concerned about norms and values. A large majority feel that traditional standards are in decline and just one in 10 expect an improvement in the coming years, Ipsos said.

Over 80% are also concerned about immigration and refugees, and a similar percentage regard the health service as a major issue.

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