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POLL: 75% of French Disapprove of Macron As Citizens Revolt Against Globalism

French Citizens Side with Yellow Vests over government policies

 on 4th January 2019 @ 2.00pm
french citizens side with yellow vests over government policies © press
French Citizens Side with Yellow Vests over government policies

French citizens have become increasingly dissatisfied with President Emmanuel Macron’s globalist policies as massive 75 percent disapprove of his government and trust in his ministers, according to a poll by Odexa.

The poll, which was conducted by Odoxa and Dentsu Consulting for France Info and Le Figaro, revealed that just 25% percent said they were happy with Macron's government.

The figures show an alarming loss of popularity for Macron compared to April 2018 when a poll revealed just 59 percent of unhappy citizens, according to France Info.

The new poll, which surveyed 1,004 people across France, was completed in early January.

the figures show an alarming loss of popularity for macron compared to april 2018 © press
The figures show an alarming loss of popularity for Macron compared to April 2018

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Despite the majority of anti Macron protests coming from low-paid workers and farmers, the poll revealed the upper-middle income class also disapproved of the French President.

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and Interior Minister Christophe Castaner also saw a drop in popularity, with 54 and 53 percent negative ratings.

The Yellow Vest movement launched massive protests throughout France last year which were primarily prompted by a hike in fuel prices proposed by Macron’s government.

The protest then spread across the country addressing issues including education reforms and mass immigration.

Macron's call a on France to "return to order" failed as citizens Yellow Vest protests continued in their revolt against their globalist government, demanding a revolution.

the yellow vest movement launched massive protests against macron throughout france last year © press
The Yellow Vest movement launched massive protests against Macron throughout France last year

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe admitted the government made mistakes following the protests that ravaged the country over the last five weeks.

“We made mistakes. We did not listen enough to the French people. I remain convinced that they want this country to be transformed,” Philippe told Les Echoes.

Polling figures from last year revealed support for Macron plummeted to the lowest in his entire Presidency.

The Ifop-Fiducial survey, which was conducted out for Paris Match and Sud Radio, found the globalist 'golden boy' saw a massive slump by 6 points last month.

Then Falling to its lowest level of 23 percent in December.

Now there are almost eight in ten voters displeased with the president, which has ultimately seen his approval ratings fall since he took office in May 2017.

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