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Canada One in ten French people left their main residence during the second confinement, according to a survey

19:35  30 november  2020
19:35  30 november  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Un Français sur dix a quitté sa résidence principale pendant le deuxième confinement, soit un million de plus qu’au printemps, selon un sondage. Photo d’illustration. © MARC OLLIVIER / OUEST FRANCE One in ten French people left their main residence during the second confinement, i.e. a million more than in the spring , according to a survey. Illustrative photo.

According to an Odoxa-CGI poll for “Franceinfo” and “France Bleu” published on Monday, November 30, one in ten French people left their main residence during the second confinement. That's a million more people than in the spring. This "exodus" mainly concerns large cities, specify our colleagues from "Franceinfo".

If the majority of French people (90%) remained at home during this second confinement, one in ten French people left their main residence, reveals an Odoxa-CGI survey for Franceinfo and France Bleu published on Monday, November 30. This represents a total of five million people, a million more than during the first containment last spring.

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This “exodus” mainly concerns large cities, specify our colleagues from Franceinfo. The regions most affected by this phenomenon are Île-de-France (14%), Hauts-de-France (13%) and Occitanie (11)%.

No more trips during this second confinement

For this second confinement, the students were twice as likely to return to their parents: 31% of them, i.e. 10 points more among those under 25 than during the first confinement, emphasizes Franceinfo.

Regarding teleworking , only 9% of the working people questioned telework full time. They were twice as numerous during the first confinement.

The outings were also much more frequent than last spring. On average, people surveyed made seven trips in their week, almost triple the number of last March.

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Surveys carried out in recent years by leading psychologists and sociologists all confirm that while individuals may increase their material wealth during Friendship is another major factor. Indeed, to return to the dollar-equals-happiness equation, in one survey , having a friend converted into ,000

The morale of the French down

But this second confinement, even if it was less strict than the first, got the better of the morale of the French. The government has also expressed concern on several occasions over the deterioration of the mental health of citizens. According to the study by Odoxa-CGI, nearly a third of those surveyed said they were depressed. Young people are the most affected by this re-containment . In this survey, nearly one in two young people say they are depressed. They are also 16% to evoke a deteriorated family climate, that is to say seven points more compared to spring. Finally, the French are still very critical of the government regarding the management of the crisis. Even though more and more find it has improved, nearly two-thirds do not find the government up to the task.

Survey carried out on a sample of French people interviewed online from November 13 to 19, 2020. In total, the sample consisted of 3,003 people representative of the French population aged 18 and over.

Curfew from December 15: a certificate will be required to go out at night .
© ABDULMONAM EASSA / AFP Police officers carry out a check at the start of the curfew, on October 17, 2020, in Paris. Containment will be lifted on December 15, if the health situation allows. The certificates will not disappear, however, since a curfew will be in place from 9 pm to 7 am until January 20, 2021.

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