, a second one added ideological and political factors (party proximity, attitudes towards immigrants, satisfaction with the way democracy functions (Mayer, 2002, p. 220). In the 2007 election one also found a clear gender gap, 2007.

, the face to face post-electoral French Election Study 2012 (Mayer 2013b) and also the Cevipof/Opinion Way 2012 telephone postelectoral survey, The TNS-Sofres Election Day Survey on telephone, 2013.

, over 40 per cent of gainfully employed women with no degree work part time (5 times the proportion found among men) and one-third of the women with a vocational degree (CAP, brevet professionnel) versus 5 per cent of men, 2011.

, See the in depth study of the everyday lives of sales women and cashiers in supermarkets described by, Benquet, 2011.

, Confirmed by all our annual reports ever since

, In the 2012 French Election Study, only 14 per cent of voters believe women are 'above all made to have and raise children' and there is almost no difference between men and women (respectively 16 and 13 per cent believe so), The 2012 election was before the massive right wing and, 2013.

, In her autobiography Marine Le Pen presents herself as a 'quasi-feminist' strenghtened by her divorce and her struggle to work and raise her children alone (quoted in Meret and Siim, p.188, 2006.

M. Siim, Geert Wilders' Party for Freedom today, or the Norwegian Progress Party, or the Danish People's party (DF), are 'gendering' immigration (Meret and Siim, Several Radical Right parties such as the Dutch LPF (Pim Fortuyn List) yesterday, 2007.

, We left in that category respondents still at school. It has no effect on the results of the regression owing to their small number (N = 36). The series of regressions separating them from the other inactive are available on demand

, One finds the same result, a disappearance of the RRGG in the presidential election of 2012 on the base of other surveys (see Mayer 2013a, b)

, An ongoing comparative research with Mauro Barisione in six countries including France, based on the 2014 European Election Studies, using PTVs instead of actual votes, also shows the resilience of the RRGG, 2015.

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