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As the June elections for the Flemish Parliament approach, a recent poll commissioned by Hogeschool PXL and TV Limburg indicates that one in four young voters in Flanders is

leaning towards supporting the far-right party Vlaams Belang. The survey, conducted on Friday, reveals a significant level of support for Vlaams Belang among 18- to 22-year-olds, outperforming other parties in this age group. Traditional center parties such as CD&V, Vooruit, and Open VLD are struggling to engage the interest of this demographic.

If the Flemish Parliament elections were held today, Vlaams Belang would secure 24.9% of the votes among 18- to 22-year-olds. The second-largest party among these first-time voters is the green party Groen, with 17.7%, followed by Flemish nationalists N-VA (15.8%) and far-left PVDA (13.2%).

The poll also highlights that Bart de Wever (N-VA) and Jos D'Haese (PVDA) are the most favored politicians among young Flemish people, with 14% considering them the best. Alexander De Croo (Open VLD) and Tom Van Grieken (Vlaams Belang) closely follow with 13%.

Simultaneously, 25% of surveyed young people regard Van Grieken as the least favorable politician in Flanders. Considerable opposition is also noted towards former Vooruit leader Conner Rousseau (16%) and Vlaams Belang's Filip Dewinter (8%).

The survey indicates that a majority of young people have a genuine interest in politics, with 16% finding politics very interesting and 41% finding it relatively interesting. However, a significant portion expresses little confidence (62%) or no confidence (9%) in politics.

The poll included responses from 1,085 young people across Flanders eligible to vote for the Flemish Parliament for the first time in the June 9 elections.

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