Confidence in French government's handling of Covid-19 falls sharply

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Some 48 percent of those polled say they have confidence in the government to take efficient measures to end the coronavirus epidemic, a drop of 10 points compared to last week.

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A new poll shows that French confidence in the govenment and its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic has dropped sharply, despite a reasonably high level of individual optimism. Figures show people are anxious with regard to the easing of lockdown measures from 11 May, reports RFI.