Two thirds of French people believe white Christians are 'threatened with extinction' by Muslim migration
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Two thirds of French people think white, European, Christian populations are being 'threatened with extinction' by immigration from Muslim and African countries.
Sixty per cent of French people said such a scenario will 'definitely' or 'probably' play out in the country when asked by pollsters, who published the results last week.
The question voters were asked, based on Camus's definition (see below), was: 'Some people speak of the "great replacement": That European, white and Christian populations are being threatened with extinction following Muslim immigration, coming from the Maghreb [northern Africa] and black Africa. Do you see such a phenomenon?'
'The Great Replacement' is a theory put forward by Renaud Camus that argues Christian civilisation is being intentionally replaced using Muslim immigration from Africa in a plot by global capitalists.
It found that 61 per cent of French people believe the phenomenon could happen in France, with 27 per cent saying they are 'certain' it will take place.
Just 39 per cent of people said it 'probably' or 'definitely' won't happen.
Of those who said it 'definitely' or 'probably' will happen, support for the idea was roughly evenly split across all age groups and across genders.
A follow-up question asked whether French people were 'worried' or 'not worried' about the idea of a 'Great Replacement'.
This found even more people - 67 per cent - were worried about the idea, compared to just 33 per cent who were not.