According to a study commissioned by Ifop Loan Union, the French do not like easier. They feel they have bad behavior and they should better support the country's growth. Thursday morning, a man posing as an executive at Orange was filmed insulting an employee of the SNCF station Viroflay, in the Yvelines. According to him, his annual salary reaching around 70 000 euros, would make him a superior being against this employee. Suffice to say that this case is not likely to fix the image of the richest in France. According to a study commissioned by Ifop Loan Union, which is a credit institution between individuals, 82% of the French consider that the negative image associated with wealthy individuals is due to their behavior and lack of example. According to the study, 76% of respondents believe that making money is a good thing. In contrast, 70% of respondents believe that the rich should involve not only the creation, but also to maintain employment. 39% of respondents believe they should support the financing of start-ups. For Michel Pinçon, sociologist and former director of research at CNRS, the phenomenon is getting worse year by year because of some scandals and revelations. "The discontent of the French is however little. If the French really knew what happens ..." Author of the book "Money lawless," says sociologist with an optimization strategy, the tax rates wealthy individuals is proportionally lower than the middle classes. For Charles Egly, president of Loan Union, "All the French require more fortunate is an awareness of their responsibilities and participation in economic life,
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