MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A total of 65 percent of French nationals said that the country's President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls failed to take all necessary measures against terrorism, a poll revealed on Saturday.
According to the survey conducted by Elabe pollsters, which results were published by Atlantico media outlet, the number of those blaming the government for indecisiveness in fighting terrorism rose by 19 percent compared to the previous poll results revealed in January.
The anti-terror strategies adopted by Hollande and Valls were considered to be ineffective by 77 percent of those questioned, this number is 24 percent higher than in January, the survey showed.
France has recently fallen victim of two terror attacks, the responsibility for which has been claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group, outlawed in many countries worldwide including Russia. On July 14, a truck rammed into a large crowd celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, killing at least 85 people. On July 26, two armed men took five people hostage at a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, killing the priest before themselves being taken out by French security forces.