CULTURE: A poll reveals that supporters of the La République en Marche party are the most in favour of the reopening of museums and other cultural places
The government has still not given a date for a possible reopening of museums in France. Faced with this expectation, 71% of French people say they are in favour of a return to these cultural places that have been closed for many months, according to a YouGov poll for the Huffington Post between March 1st and 2nd.
According to the results of this survey, the reopening of museums is desired by a majority of people from all political stripes. It is even supporters of La République en Marche (LREM) who are most in favour of a return to museums with a score of 78%.
88% say they respect the curfew
At the same time, 54% of French people say they support the government in its desire to adapt health restrictions according to cities and regions. This poll also reveals that 88% of those polled said they respected the travel restrictions linked to the curfew.
On the other hand, with regard to a possible strict re-containment, only 48% of those polled said they were in favour. Among those questioned, only 17% believe that the vaccination campaign led by the government is going well. Finally, 67% of French people said they did not trust the executive to resolve a situation that has affected their daily lives for almost a year now.