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Table 2 Overview cases

From: Towards a typology of local migration diversity policies

  Municipality Number of inhabitants # (seize, Nl)a % inhabitants with migrant background # (% inhabitants with migrant background)b
   > 500.000   49,8 - 52%  
1 Amsterdam 833,624 1 51,7% 2
2 Rotterdam 629,606 2 49.80% 3
3 Den Haag 519,988 3 52% 1
   250.000-500.000   33%  
4 Utrecht 338,967 4 33% 10
   100.000-250.000   23-32,60%  
5 Eindhoven 224,755 5 32.60% 12
6 Tilburg 212,941 6 25.50% 35
7 Groningen 200,952 7 23% 58
   50.000-100.000   21,3-24,8%  
8 Deventer 98,869 32 21.30% 69
9 Sittard-Geleen 93,555 33 21.70% 67
10 Helmond 90,127 34 24.80% 44
   25.000-50.000   14,3-32,6%  
11 Rijswijk 49,328 78 32.60% 13
12 Weert 49,100 79 20.20% 76
13 Houten 48,765 80 14.30% 159
   <25.000   13,3 - 19,3%  
14 Albrandswaard 24985 219 19.3% 86
15 Sliedrecht 24968 220 13.3% 180
16 Cuijk 24608 221 18.8% 91
  1. Based on data from Statistics Netherlands (CBS), accessed via CBS Statline on March 28, 2017
  2. aRelative rank of municipality ordered by total number of inhabitants
  3. bRelative rank of municipality ordered by number of inhabitants with migrant background