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Interesting map o' the day

France's Protestants:


Taken from an Ifop poll.  Ther headline finding is that Protestants make up 2.2% of the French population, including former prime ministers Lionel Jospin and Michel Rocard  No idea why the map has ignored Corsica....  The land of my Huguenot forebears is pretty well protestantrein, so to speak.

Politically French Protestants are more likely than the norm to shun the extreme left, apart from the Greens, and lean towards the wet right / MoDem and Gaullism.

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Blogger James Higham said... 5:12 pm

Yes, interesting geographical placement and colourful too, Mr. C.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 9:40 am

I have a bit of a weakness for maps. Not sure about Ifop's choice of colours, tho'.  



Blogger James D said... 11:34 pm

Yes, it should have been orange, as everyone knows...

And I suppose that the Evangelische religion should be expected in Alsace. But I've no idea why Provence is a hot-bed of Protestantism too -- perhaps they're still miffed at the Pope having left Avignon?  



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