Monday, 7 May 2012
A study carried out by the polling organisation OpinionWay on the day of the second round of the election reveals massive Muslim support for the Socialist party. It testifies to a rejection of Sarkozyism but not all the values of the right, especially on social questions such as homosexuality.

The Muslims demanded change, and they got it. According to a study of the electorate carried out by OpinionWay and Fiducial on May 6 for Le Figaro based on 10,000 voters, 93% of the believers slipped a "François Hollande" ballot into their envelope. Only 7% of them voted for Nicholas Sarkozy.
Source: La Vie Via:

Given the closeness of the election and the number of Muslims in France (generally estimated at 3-6 million), we can now say definitively that the Muslim vote altered the outcome of this election.

Hollande, of course, has promised to introduce votes for foreigners. So we can expect the distorting effect of the Muslim presence to be even greater in future.


Anonymous said...

No surprise there, socialists throw money on terrorists all the time.

Anonymous said...

Au Revoir France, you were once a great nation. Prepare to enter a 7th Century, third world cess pit.

Anonymous said...

Would you know how many of the total potential votes he got?

By total, I mean if all voters had been counted, including those who didn't vote, and those who voted blanc, how much would his 52% at the end make up of the total?

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Taking the spoilt ballots into account, Hollande only got 48.7% of the votes. The rate of participation was 80.34%, so 39.12% of the population must have voted for him.

Anonymous said...

He won by just over 1 million votes, the amount of Muslim votes equated to 1.7million, therefore the Muslim vote secured his victory, not the French nationals.

Anonymous said...

The best days of France are now in the distant past. Unfortunately, like sheep, they voted this little guy in and will live to rue the day.



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