Marnix van Berchum and Annemiek van der Kuil have released Results of the SOAP Survey: A First Overview of the Dutch Situation.
Here's an excerpt:
Based on the results above, the following conclusions can be made on the "Dutch situation"
- A high number of researchers thinks the publishing of Open Access articles is beneficial to their discipline (90%)
- Main reasons why Open Access publishing is beneficial are the scientific community benefit and benefit for outside the scientific community ("public good")
- Quality, impact and prestige are still very important in making choices on Open Access publishing in journals
- Publication fees for Open Access articles are for a large part covered by the institutions (40%)
- There is no strong feeling on how easy or difficult it is to obtain funding