Opinion poll shows support waning for French 'yellow vest' rallies

By

An opinion survey published this week has found a majority of those questioned wish an end to the rolling 'yellow vest' street protests centred on falling standards of living for low-and middle-income earners, although most still continue to sympathise with the demands of the movement.

Reading articles is for subscribers only. Subscribe now.

More than half of France's population want the "gilets jaunes" (yellow vests) anti-government protests to stop, with two out of three people no longer believing the demonstrations reflect the group's initial demands, according to a latest opinion poll, reports Euronews.