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Offbeat Curfew in Ile-de-France: "It is the young people who have the most to lose", estimates the demographer François Michelot

15:27  16 october  2020
15:27  16 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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No more romantic restaurants and bars with friends . Bye bye nightly cinema sessions and football evenings. This fall has, for Ile-de-France residents and the inhabitants of eight cities, a little air of spring: five months after the deconfinement, the government has just announced an curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. the next day. If the purpose of the measure is to slow down the circulation of the virus and thus stem the second wave, it brings back bad memories to some. According to a study * recently published by the Paris-Region Institute, 17% of Ile-de-France residents say they have had a bad experience with confinement . A relatively limited figure compared to the 83% who say they have come to terms with the situation but who hide strong inequalities. Decryption with François Michelot, demographer behind the study.

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Is there a determining factor that made some people experience confinement less well than others?

The Covid, and this is nothing new, has exacerbated inequalities. The study, for example, showed that women, and especially those aged 18 to 49, experienced this period less well than men (18 versus 15%). We can easily imagine that their mental load, between school, household chores, teleworking, has increased significantly. The most determining factor remains the socio-professional category. Executives have experienced the confinement twice as well as artisan traders or business leaders. Quite simply because safety nets, in particular partial unemployment, are more developed for employees. The independents, on the contrary, have seen their economic horizons darken . In the spring, many Ile-de-France residents did not confine themselves to their homes. Was the lack of space an important factor in how to approach this period? Yes, but first of all we have to put the "exodus" of Parisians into perspective. It is estimated that around 11% of Ile-de-France residents did not go through confinement at home, but in more than half of the cases it was local migration, in the same department or the same region. These are, for example, students who have returned to their parents or young couples who have settled down together. What is certain, however, is that the habitat played a determining role in the perception of this period. Half of Ile-de-France residents who did not experience confinement lived in housing where each person had less than 25 m². Likewise, the inability to be able to isolate oneself in a room was an aggravating factor of the discomfort. Conversely, those who had a garden experienced the confinement better than others.

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Five months after the deconfinement, the government announced a curfew in the most affected regions. How is this measure perceived, according to you, among those who have had a bad experience during the two months in camera?

The rules are much more flexible than during confinement, this time it is not about being locked in your home. Nevertheless, the feeling of insecurity, especially from an economic and social point of view, caused by the confinement is still very present and these new announcements can be perceived as anxiety-provoking. Those who have gone through the lockdown the least will likely be the same ones who have a hard time with the curfew simply because there have been no major structural changes. The most affected socio-professional categories - traders, business leaders, the unemployed…. - remain the same. Likewise, the majority of Ile-de-France residents have not moved in the past six months.

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The curfew affects young people more, who generally have a denser social and festive life. However, in your study, we can clearly see that the latter had already experienced confinement less well than their elders…

They are the ones who have the most to lose. They are the most precarious, entering the labor market, already very complicated, is even more so, they often live in small apartments ... And now their social life is severely restricted. When asked the students right after confinement, 23% of them said they had a bad time, six points above the average and more than double that of retirees. It will be interesting to see how they feel about these new restrictions which mainly target them.

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