Le Monde.fr avec Reuters
An anti-white racism thrives in areas of major cities for 56% of French and 51% are thinking that the secretary general of the UMP , Jean-Francois Cope, had reason to speak , according to a TNS-Sofres.
When he ran for the presidency of the main right-wing party, the deputy mayor of Meaux has sparked debate internally by repeating assertions about the alleged phenomenon usually heard at the far right. 56% of the French UMP and National Front disagree on essentials but share some ideas , a widespread feeling among UMP (77%) and FN (68%).
idea expressed by Jean- Francois Cope in a book entitled Manifesto for an uninhibited right that develops in cities animosity toward whites, termed “Gauls” , is shared by 56% of French and 84% of supporters of right, against 27% who do not agree with this statement.
If 51% of those surveyed say that Jean-Francois Cope was right to address this issue, they are 29% think the contrary “it is wrong to talk as it may inflame tensions within French society “ and 20% did not s’ express .
The survey was conducted via the Internet on September 27 with a sample of 1014 individuals aged 18 years and over.
*This article has been roughly translated.