According to the poll, these numbers mark an increase in sentiments that Islam and French society are not compatible with one another from 2013 to the present.
However, it is also worth noting that the number of respondents who do believe the two can coexist have increased from 26% to 39% over the same time period.
Additionally, according to the same survey, 79% support the ban on wearing veils in French universities and 77% support the ban on wearing the burqini—the Muslim female bathing suit that covers the body almost completely.
Last summer saw a firestorm of controversy arise over the issue, with some towns sending police officers to beaches to ensure the prohibition was being enforced.
Given the aforementioned information, it is no surprise that 90% of respondents believed that secularism is vital to France.
In the last two years, close to 200 people were murdered by Islamic terrorists in France. Since the Charlie Hedbo attacks, there has been a steady rise in the amount of French who believe that Islam and French society are not compatible.
(Translated and edited by Fred Goldberg)