The 1998 Dutch Prejudice Survey was a telephone survey of a random sample of Dutch citizens aged 16 or older. The survey was conducted under the auspices of the University of Utrecht.
The survey was focused on attitudes toward various outgroups in Dutch society, including Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese, and refugees in general. There were also questions about Moslems, Jews, and the Dutch themselves.
The relationship between prejudice and politics was also a focus of the study. The survey included many questions about political attitudes, values, and policies, and about voting behavior and party identification.
The telephone interview was a computer-assisted survey that incorporated many randomized experiments. The number of completed interviews was 2,223. The response rate was 30.1 percent.