26 January 2013

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French men ready to kick Britain out of EU, women not so sure

French support for Britain staying in the European Union has slumped, two polls to be published in rival newspapers on Sunday indicate, albeit with some major differences and unexpected caveats. One of the surveys, carried out for tabloid Le Parisien's Sunday edition, suggests a narrow majority of voters would be happy to see their cross-channel neighbour walk away after the in-out referendum promised by British Prime Minister David Cameron. Voters polled by the Journal du Dimanche, in contrast, supported Britain staying in by a 58-42 majority.




French men ready to kick Britain out of EU, women not so sure (via AFP)
French support for Britain staying in the European Union has slumped, two polls to be published in rival newspapers on Sunday indicate, albeit with some major differences and unexpected caveats. One of the surveys, carried out for tabloid Le Parisien's Sunday edition, suggests a narrow majority of…




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