The global warming is at the forefront of French fears of terrorism before, according to an exclusive survey CSA / Canal +, released Tuesday.
According to the survey, conducted at the launch Tuesday of a political magazine in advance on the pay channel, 51% of French respondents fear above all the global warming.
Terrorism is feared by 43% of respondents to the question "potential threats" to the future of pensions (28%), epidemics (19%), insecurity of food (18%), genetic experiments (17%) and the oil shortage (9%).
The national sample represents more than 1.000 15 aged and older, selected by the quota method (sex, age, occupation) after stratification by region and size of town.
Called "The future is now," the anticipation Canal + Policy magazine, presented by Ruth Elkrief which starts Tuesday in 20H55 theme will be oil shortages including the depletion of deposits and surging oil prices .
According to the survey, 37% of respondents believe that responsible politicians are better able to provide a good answer to this problem, 29% against the economic leaders and 28% to individuals and their associations in particular.
If oil is missing, 66% of respondents would be willing to take public transport, 36% would be willing to limit car traffic speed on the roads and 29% less heat their homes.
The issuance of Canal + will be invited Francois Hollande, first secretary of the Socialist Party. Will also be present on the set: Hervé Gaymard, Minister of Economy, Michel-Edouard Leclerc, co-president of the association of distributors E. Leclerc and Nicolas Hulot, President of the Nicolas Hulot Foundation for Nature and the man.
"2013, the end of oil", a kind of anticipation doomsday scenario movie with Gwendoline Hamon and Hippolyte Girardot will precede the discussion.