The result is a strange continuum in the C Level Executive List public debate that links a conquering extreme right, a disoriented right and a part of the left, even "radical", in search of the "people" who have abandoned it. The Republic is invoked to delegitimize struggles against discrimination, secularism is praised as a means of C Level Executive List promoting uniformity of beliefs and customs, and universalism is used to advocate the pure and simple integration of "minorities" into the mold of "most". As for immigration, it is almost C Level Executive List always a risk, which must be channeled when it is not about stopping it. Then the "confusions" that sociologist Philippe Corcuff dissects made its way10.
Cautious thoughts about the C Level Executive List future 1. In 2017, the left entered its low hours, both in the presidential and legislative elections. Throughout the elections, since 1981, it has lost the sociological base that had been its strength in the previous decades. Workers and employees voted mainly for the left in 1981; in April 2017, between 70% and 75% of workers who vote do so for the extreme right and less than a third for the left. Suddenly, in the fall of 2021, the polls lock the left in a modest range of a quarter to C Level Executive List less than a third of voting intentions.
Contrary to overly simplistic C Level Executive List observations, it is not that society has gone massively to the right. In many ways, society is neither right nor left. It distributes representations and behaviors on a plurality of possible C Level Executive List axes: acceptance or rejection of the social order, class membership, high or low, trust or mistrust, openness or closure, etc. In the political space, it is the face to face of right and left, around the C Level Executive List couple of equality and freedom, which orders the dynamics of conflicts. Today, dualism is in dispute; however, it remains the strongest determinant of voting and not voting.