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Three in four French people approve the aid package to Ireland

May 23 category:Economy
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Three in four French people approve the aid package to Ireland



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Nearly three-quarters of the French approve the aid package the EU to Ireland and a large majority of them think that France could suffer the same fate as Dublin, according to a survey released Thursday by the BVA.

The survey notes that 73% of respondents agreed with the decision to help Ireland height from 80 to 95 billion, while in May, only 60% of respondents adhered to the plan support for Greece, according to the institute.

This solidarity can be explained by the pessimism of the respondents: 68%, or 7 out of 10 French think that France could face a similar situation to that of Ireland.

At the time of the Greek crisis, fears, however, were higher, as 75% of respondents were concerned then to France.

Moreover, according to BVA, the French have more confidence today in the European Union to prevent contagion from the Irish crisis in the rest of Europe (53%), whereas before the global crisis, a majority of them (52%) see the EU as a source of fear rather than as a source of hope (BVA survey June 2008).

This survey of the BVA Institute for the morning of Canal + was conducted by the Internet November 23 to 24 with a sample of 934 people, according to the quota method.

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