The weekly Journal du Dimanche threw a cultural bomb in the French debate. It is a survey entitled “Perceptions and expectations of the Jewish population." carried out by Ipsos and commissioned by the Fondation du français judaïsme, to address the theme of “living together,” one of the pillars of French Republican rhetoric.
60 percent of the French believe that part of the responsibility for the growth of anti-Semitism in the country falls on the Jews themselves. The realization of the poll-shock lasted a year and a half, and the interviews were conducted between July 2014 and June 2015. That includes both the period prior to and after the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the murders at the Hyper Cacher.