December 8, 2022

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Trust in the Dutch royal family drops to an all-time low: 'It's time for the king to learn from his mistakes'

Trust in the Dutch royal family drops to an all-time low: ‘It’s time for the king to learn from his mistakes’

The low confidence in the monarch is partly due to the fact that the royal couple have not properly adhered to the Corona rules in the past two years. In the survey, 54% said they trusted the king, compared to 63% last year. In 2020 it was still 74 per cent. Queen Maxima can also count on less support: from 69 percent last year to 61 percent now.

According to ‘EenVandaag’, Willem-Alexander still had the support of 80 per cent of the Dutch before the Corona crisis. But not always the rules of Corona are followed by the head of state and his family, for example on Princess Amalia’s birthday party is very busy Last December, confidence in oranges eroded. There was also heavy criticism of family vacation in greeceThe Dutch were then asked to stay at home due to the Corona virus.

“Many of those interviewed believe it is time to learn from his mistakes and often stand by his people rather than bypassing them, especially in times of crisis,” In Vandagh says of the King. Nearly 60 percent also say they find the annual scholarship they receive too high. Alexander’s film will receive approximately 1 million euros in income, plus 5.1 million in personnel and expenses.

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