How are you voting in the Dutch elections?

Carmen Fishwick and Guardian readers
Far-right anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders, who is leading in opinion polls, takes a selfie with France’s far-right Front National candidate Marine Le Pen – who is currently leading in the polls ahead of the country’s elections this Spring. Photograph: Michael Probst/AP

Dutch voters head to the polls next month, in the first of this year’s closely-watched European elections. For many international observers this election, and those in France and Germany later this year, threaten to see rightwing populists make significant gains. But is this the full story?

International media coverage of the upcoming election has been dominated by just two parties: the far-right anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders’ Freedom Party (PVV) – which has been leading in the opinion polls for months – and prime minister Mark Rutte’s ruling Liberal party (VVD). But the Netherlands’ 12.6 million-strong electorate has nearly 30 candidates to choose from.

If you’re voting in the election, we’d like you to tell us what’s happening where you are. Who are you voting for? Which issues and policies are most pressing and persuasive to you? And if you’re a Muslim living in the Netherlands, we’d like to know how recent campaigning has affected your life.

You can fill in the encrypted form below – anonymously, if you prefer – and we’ll use a selection of responses in our reporting. We will do our best to keep your information secure. You can also email carmen.fishwick@theguardian.com but please be aware of usual email security issues before doing so.

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