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67% of French people worried about the idea of ​​a "big replacement", according to a survey


According to a Harris Interactive poll, a large majority of French people are worried that such a phenomenon could occur, as well among right-wing voters as those of LREM or even the PS.

This is a theme that has regularly returned to the heart of the political debate since the start of the pre-campaign of not-yet-candidate Eric Zemmour on the front of the media scene.

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The title of the question on the "big replacement" was "

well thought out

", explains

Challenges, the

newspaper for which the poll was conducted. In his latest barometer of voting intentions for the 2022 presidential election, the pollster asks. "

Some people speak of the great replacement:" the European, white and Christian populations being threatened with extinction following Muslim immigration, coming from the Maghreb and black Africa ". Do you think such a phenomenon will occur in France?


The formulation is that of Renaud Camus, the inventor of the concept.

At 61%, the people questioned answered in the affirmative.

The percentage varies little according to the age group (between 57% and 63%), and according to the social category (between 59% and 63%).

Unsurprisingly 92% of RN sympathizers think that the “big replacement” will “


” or “


” happen, and 72% for LR sympathizers, against 52% of LREM sympathizers, 44% of PS and LFI sympathizers, and only 30% of greens.

Women more worried

Concerning the concern that such a phenomenon could occur, 67% of French people say they are “


” or “


” worried, with one point more for women than for men.

This concern concerns more those over 35 (around 70% on average).

If 93% and 83% of RN and LR sympathizers say they are worried about the “big replacement” phenomenon, a majority of people questioned say they are more surprisingly worried among LREM sympathizers and even the Socialist Party (53%).

There is also no difference between the well-to-do, popular and inactive categories, all of whom say they are worried "


" or "

strongly at the idea that this could happen


Source: lefigaro

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