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The survey found that 93 per cent of French believe the threat of more terror attacks is high, and 71 per cent feel the security situation in France has got worse over the last five years.
More broadly, 59 per cent of those polled said they did not feel safe anywhere, with almost one in four (24 per cent) opting to “strongly agree” with the statement.
Reflecting the insecurity respondents said they felt, 69 per cent think the police and gendarmerie are understaffed, and the survey found the French overwhelmingly have a positive view of law enforcement.
The vast majority of respondents (88 per cent) believe France should deport foreigners sentenced to prison for serious offences, and 84 per cent want the country to create more prison places.
A very telling pole was released and it is telling on how the French feel about the about their terrorist situation.
93% of French believe that another terrorist attack is high, and 71% feel the security situation in France has gotten worse over the last 5 years.
The poll, published by Le Monde, saw the centrist politician going on to beat the National Front's Le Pen in the May 7 runoff with 61 percent to her 39 percent.
The poll showed that in the April 23 first round Le Pen would lead with 27 percent and former conservative prime minister Francois Fillon, in third place, would have 17.5 percent - both unchanged versus the previous poll carried out on March 1-5.
originally posted by: seagull
a reply to: odzeandennz
That's supposed to do what, exactly?