Rens Vliegenthart discusses the study on the Dutch political science blog Stuk Rood Vlees. He refers to the Dutch situation:
Many recent demonstrations in the Netherlands lack the above-mentioned ‘success factors’: the number of protestors is limited; the form static and the protests are seldom supported by the unions, whose hands are tied by the social agreement with the government. Especially the lack of support from the union movement is an important difference with many of the more successful demonstrations in the recent past. Therefore, it’s not likely that the current demonstrations will make much of an impression […].
Of course, things could change. On 30 November, the FNV will hold a protest in Utrecht for purchasing power and real jobs.