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Downright odd French survey of the day

Well, not the subject so much - premature births and so forth - but the oddities in the demographic data.

Asked 'Would you say that you feel very concerned, somewhat concerned, not very concerened or not at all concerned by premature births, i.e. a childbirth before eight month of pregnancy, whether impacting you directly or not?'


And this is how it breaks down by party affiliation.  CSA has a tendency to cluster the Trot parties together as the 'extreme left', while classing the equally extreme Greens, Communists and Left Party as just 'Left'.  The FN is not tracked for some reason.





CSA gives a health warning for the PC and PdG figures owing to limited numbers.  Even ignoring those two parties, why are the Trot voters so sanguine, relatively speaking?  One would expect them to fear that The Man was going to do them wrong.  Greens and Liberals fret the most, unsurprisingly.      


Elsewhere, Greens are the likeliest to think smoking & drinking hike the risk of a premature birth, and MoDem voters the least.  Blimey.  Trots are the least likely to think that working conditions contribute and Greens - bar the PdG - the least.  The Left Party voters polled would appear to have an awful lot of planks represented, as nearly a quarter could not answer the smokin' and drinkin question, so I'm ignoring them, bunch of mouth breathers that they clearly are.  As to being over 40, Greens are most likely to think this a factor (69%) and Trots (53%) the least.  And finally, the Left parties are all more likely to think using public transport frequently risks things than do Gaullists.  Well, well, well....  

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