Sunday, 24 November 2013
When they are asked to imagine the situation in France in ten years, 67% of the persons polled say they are "pessimistic", and 25% even "very pessimistic".

For 72% of the people polled, the "different groups that make up France" will thus live "with tensions". If the study does not specify the nature of these groups, it relativises, however, the purely "identitarian" dimension of the preoccupation. Only 11% of those polled cite "the tensions linked to diversity" as their principal fear for the future.
Source: Le Monde

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

The remaining one third must be the rich and the moslems.

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