Skip to comments.2012: What the French want
Posted on 01/07/2012 2:02:14 PM PST by bayouranger
France is swept by a pessimism shared by temptations and "rightist" and aspirations for more protection and equity that will move the polls in three and a half months. Jamais le rejet des politiques n'a été aussi important. Never discharge policy has been more important. Jamais, non plus, l'incertitude n'a été aussi grande. Never, either, the uncertainty has been greater.
(Excerpt) Read more at valeursactuelles.com ...
...for almost 7 in 10 French people (66%), "there are too many immigrants in France". Finally, the rejection of Islam has never been so firm: 76% of the population thinks it "is spreading too much in France"; 86% are opposed to the state participating financially in the construction of mosques
Le filthy koranimals are in for a tough election year in France.
For the rest: http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.valeursactuelles.com%2Fdossier-d039actualit%25C3%25A9%2Fdossier-d039actualit%25C3%25A9%2F2012-ce-que-veulent-fran%25C3%25A7ais20120105.html&act=url
Pace Google, I would translate it as this:
Never has the rejection of current policy been so strong. Never the disquiet greater.
It doesn't change your conclusion, of course. It also explains Sarkozy's desperate attempts to convince Germany to underwrite the French economy before elections hit.
Dramatic change will come from France First—then Germany and Italy—lastly the UK.