Members of the ethnic minorities share the same concerns as the population as a whole: pensions, justice and health care. However, the new Flemish do seem to be a trifle more optimistic: more believe that the government - in the widest sense of the word - is doing a good job and among immigrants there is a greater feeling that Belgian justice is just justice than among the wider population.
New Flemings are less concerned that the social security system will become unaffordable and are less worried that healthcare will be abused by foreigners. They have fewer concerns about the radicalisation of Islam too.
Newcomers are more positive about immigration. A majority feels that multiculturalism enriches society.