Evolution of the main concerns about society in France 2007-2018

Change in the distribution of main concerns about society among the French population from 2007 to 2018

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 28, 2019
Evolution of the main concerns about society in France 2007-2018 This graph presents the evolution of the main concerns about society among the French population from 2007 to 2018. It displays that from 2007 to 2016, unemployment and job insecurity were the prevailing concerns among French. In 2013, 49.4 percent of respondents declared that unemployment was a matter of concern, compared to 23.1 percent in 2017. On the other hand, terrorism became as of 2016 the most important worry among the French population: 32.1 percent of respondents said terrorism was their one of their worries in 2017.
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Change in the distribution of main concerns about society among the French population from 2007 to 2018

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Terrorism, attacksUnmployment, job insecurityPovertyHealthDelinquencyRacism, discriminationEnvironmentRoad Safety
201823.9%18.5%15.3%11.9%9.9%6.2%7.2%1.8%
201732.1%23.1%12.7%10.9%8.7%5.4%5.4%1.7%
201630.4%30.9%10.6%9.6%7.3%5.5%4.3%1.4%
201517.9%38.1%12%10.5%9.6%6.6%4%1.3%
20142.5%46.6%15.1%11.7%13.8%5.1%3.8%1.4%
20134%49.4%14.6%10.8%12.8%3.9%3.2%1.2%
20123.2%41.2%19.6%13.7%13.2%3.8%3.4%2%
20114%36.3%19%14.1%16.4%4%4.5%1.8%
20102.7%40.7%18.9%12.8%13.4%3.4%5.6%2.4%
20093.2%40.4%19.8%14.7%10.2%3.5%6.7%1.5%
20084.3%26.8%21.5%16.9%13.6%4.5%10%2.4%
20074.9%30.1%17.5%14.4%15.1%5.4%10.5%2.2%
Terrorism, attacksUnmployment, job insecurityPovertyHealthDelinquencyRacism, discriminationEnvironmentRoad Safety
201823.9%18.5%15.3%11.9%9.9%6.2%7.2%1.8%
201732.1%23.1%12.7%10.9%8.7%5.4%5.4%1.7%
201630.4%30.9%10.6%9.6%7.3%5.5%4.3%1.4%
201517.9%38.1%12%10.5%9.6%6.6%4%1.3%
20142.5%46.6%15.1%11.7%13.8%5.1%3.8%1.4%
20134%49.4%14.6%10.8%12.8%3.9%3.2%1.2%
20123.2%41.2%19.6%13.7%13.2%3.8%3.4%2%
20114%36.3%19%14.1%16.4%4%4.5%1.8%
20102.7%40.7%18.9%12.8%13.4%3.4%5.6%2.4%
20093.2%40.4%19.8%14.7%10.2%3.5%6.7%1.5%
20084.3%26.8%21.5%16.9%13.6%4.5%10%2.4%
20074.9%30.1%17.5%14.4%15.1%5.4%10.5%2.2%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 28, 2019
This graph presents the evolution of the main concerns about society among the French population from 2007 to 2018. It displays that from 2007 to 2016, unemployment and job insecurity were the prevailing concerns among French. In 2013, 49.4 percent of respondents declared that unemployment was a matter of concern, compared to 23.1 percent in 2017. On the other hand, terrorism became as of 2016 the most important worry among the French population: 32.1 percent of respondents said terrorism was their one of their worries in 2017.
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