According to a poll carried out by ICM for the Russian news agency Rossiya Segodnya, 16% of French citizens and 24% of French youth 18-24 are "sympathetic" to the aims of ISIS. Meanwhile, French president Francois Hollande’s approval rating is just 18%. The same poll showed that 6% of British and 4% of Germans support ISIS, with that support tending to skew older rather than younger. Newsweek’s France Correspondent, Anne-Elizabeth Moutet, said, “This is the ideology of young French Muslims from immigrant backgrounds, unemployed to the tune of 40%, who’ve been deluged by satellite TV and internet propaganda.” The increase in anti-semitism in France is also believed due to the size of the Muslim population group. There are around 5 million Muslims living in France, many of them now second generation, as their original entry was part of the "regroupment familiale" policy of the 1970s, which made it easy for people from former French colonies to emigrate. Whether or not the recent attack will change the opinion of France’s young Muslims is not yet known.