Last Fall, Occurrence conducted a study for Printemps Républicain among a sample of 2,000 French citizens aged 18 and older, around the notion of their “commonality”: what does it mean to be French? Who are the stakeholders who best embody the French commonality? What is the significance of the Republic for the French? What role will the French commonality play in the next Presidential election cycle?
Those are but a few of the social and political themes brought to light by the study: