VOAvideo — June 08, 2010 — Dutch voters go the polls on June 9th to elect a new government. The issue of immigration is playing high in the campaign, with the far-right 'Dutch Freedom Party' expected to finish in the top three. Its leader Geert Wilders has based his campaign on a strong anti-Islam ticket, calling for an end to Muslim immigration and for existing Muslim migrants to be paid to leave. Henry Ridgwell traveled to the Netherlands to find out whether the famously liberal Dutch society is taking a turn to the right. Here's his report from Amsterdam.