More than seven in ten French people believe that Prime Minister Manuel Valls was wrong to use Tuesday 49-3 to pass second reading the bill work, according to a survey for Odoxa iTELE released Friday. This second use of the 49-3 is condemned by the French, as in its first use in May: 72% consider it “was wrong and was too overbearing by imposing a law that MPs did not want to vote” 27% support it and 1% did not comment.
it is only approved by 53% of Socialist supporters and condemned by 86% of supporters left outside PS. It is also condemned, but slightly less, by supporters of the right (72%).
In May, 71% of French had found “shocking” that the government uses this weapon to adopt a bill without a vote.
In addition, 55% of respondents give reason to the unions pursuing the demonstrations, against 44% who think otherwise.
When asked about the political implications of four months of social unrest and political against the text, 75% of French people also consider that the Socialist party “may implode.” Within the PS, half of Socialist supporters are of this opinion.
Survey conducted online July 7 and 8 to 1,008 people aged 18 and over, by the quota method.