68%
Yes
32%
No
66%
Yes
32%
No
1%
Yes, but it should only cover very basic and simple topics
1%
No, most citizens couldn’t even pass a citizenship test
1%
Yes, and it should test more than just a basic level of understanding

Historical Results

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from France users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9QRR4X4answered…2wks2W

No, but it would be better to have a system where immigrants must demonstrate a respect and appreciation for French values, such as secularism and liberty

 @9FVDN87from New York answered…10mos10MO

Yes, but only on topics such as the law system rather than history and stuff that applies to modern day life in the country

 @8Y47JBYanswered…3yrs3Y

No but they should be provided with programs to help them understand those topics and integrate society

 @8Q5FHVXanswered…4yrs4Y

No. The petty bourgeois spirit born of the Edo period seeks in such un uncreative tests people who will cause them less disturbance in its végétative life. Test their rightesousness & mettle instead, as all Otokojuku graduates would know.

 @8PV3RBDanswered…4yrs4Y

No, but they should be provided the educational resources to accrue a basic understanding of the country's language, history, government, and culture.