December 5, 2018
Nearly 80 percent of French citizens believe France does not need any more immigrants, according to a new poll.
Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron called on EU members to “share” refugees and expel so-called economic migrants, while the French parliament signed a new immigration law aimed at ensuring “controlled immigration, an effective right to asylum” and “successful integration” of new arrivals.
Well over half of France’s citizens believe their country accepts too many immigrants, comprehensive poll data published Saturday by the French weekly Journal du Dimanche has shown.
According to the poll, conducted by Ifop in partnership with the Jean-Jaures Foundation and the American Jewish Committee, 52 percent of French men and women believe that France welcomes “too many foreigners”. Another 27 percent believe France welcomes “enough”. Taken together, some 79 percent of the country’s citizens believe France does not need any more immigrants.
Similarly, 64 percent of those surveyed agreed with the sentiment that “our country already has many foreigners, and welcoming additional immigrants would be undesirable”. 77 percent of respondents said they fear that a policy that is too welcoming of immigrants will end up attracting even more immigration; 71 percent believe excessive migration will lead to a decline in wages due to migrants’ willingness to work for low pay.
Of course, it’s Marcon’s presidential duty to ignore the will of the public entirely and destroy his country on behalf of globalists.
A poll conducted on Sunday by Harris Interactive found “72 percent of French people support the yellow vests, even after Saturday’s riots,” NPR reports.
On the other hand, Macron’s approval rating has fallen to just 23 percent.
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