60 Percent of French Citizens View Migrants as a 'Threat' to Society, Poll Shows
73% also view France's economy as 'rigged' in favor of wealthy elites
60 percent of French citizens say they view rising numbers of migrants in France as a "threat" to society, according to a new poll.
Aside from feeling threatened by migrant arrivals, 45 percent of the population also believes that taking in more migrants "deprives French people of social services."
54 percent of the survey's respondents say that French citizens should be granted priority for employment opportunities.
Aside from immigration, respondents were also asked about other aspects of their globalist government's performance.
When asked if they perceive the economy as "rigged" in favor of the wealthy elite, 73 percent of survey respondents answered "yes."
While 46 percent revaled they “think that the system no longer works.”
But the French aren’t the only people feeling this way.
The same sentiment is shared globally, with 54 percent of respondents reporting feeling the same way.
The most pessimistic countries where Poland and Brazil, with 84 and 79 percent of respondents, respectively, saying that “the system no longer works.”
The survey also showed that the French people’s trust in traditional parties is at an all-time low.
75 percent of respondents reported feeling that “traditional parties and politicians do not care about people like them, or do not understand them.”
Finally, nearly 8 in 10 French people who were surveyed would welcome the arrival of a strong new leader who’s “able to break the rules."
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Citizens say a would prefer a bold leader who would provide a “solution to improve the situation of the country.”
65 percent of those surveyed were convinced that a strong leader would be able to “reverse the trend and take the country from the hands of the rich and powerful."