On Tuesday, the first mobilization against the reform of the labour Code, was attended by around 400,000 people in the entire Hexagon. For Philippe Martinez, general secretary of the CGT, it was ” a successful first ” .
But the majority of the French are not of his opinion : for 68% of them, this event was ” rather a failure “, according to a survey Odoxa-Dentsu Consulting for franceinfo and ” Le Figaro “. This will not prevent the movement of, perhaps, take the magnitude, consider half of the respondents.
Mélenchon, a figure of the protest
When asked about the consequences of the reform of the labour Code, the French are only 26% consider that it will have a positive impact on employment. 36% do not anticipate any impact and 38% a negative impact.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the leader of France insubordinate, displayed for 33% of the respondents as the personality is the most capable of embodying the opposition to the reform of the labour Code, in front of Philippe Martinez (13%), general secretary of the CGT, and Marine Le Pen (12%), the president of the national Front.
Far behind, the former PS candidate for the presidential election, Benoît Hamon does not convince that 3% of respondents as the best opponent to the reform, and Pierre Laurent, the national secretary of the communist Party of only 2%.
37% of respondents, none of these five figures does not embody the opposition to the reform of the labour code.
In the same survey, the French believe a majority (60%), which Emmanuel Macron was wrong to say that he ” would give nothing, or lazy, or cynical, or extreme ” about the reforms to come.