By Europe1.fr with AFP
The French are opposed to 64% with the installation of 400 additional automatic radar speed cameras announced by the government these last days, according to a Ifop survey to appear in Western Sunday France.
On these 64%,36% disapprove “completely” this measurement, rejected by all the categories of population and all the electorates, according to the survey institute. “The opposition to this measurement is sharper in rural area where one is most tributary of the car” with 74% of rejection, of which 45% disapprove “completely”, Ifop raises.
On the other hand, 61% of probed approve “the presence of ethylotest in each car” but among them, only 22% adhere to it “completely”.
“Approved by a majority of sympathizers of the PS (61%) and UMP (72%), measurement does not convince the sympathizers of the FN (42%) which confirms their character protester here”, underlines Ifop.
Survey carried out by questionnaire car-managed on line of December 6 near a sample of 1.002 people representative of the French population 18 years old and more. The representativeness of the sample was ensured by the method of the quotas.