Published 2 September 2019 in Surveys
58% of French people say they know what the G7 is, compared to 32% who have heard about it, but "don’t really know what it is". These results do not, however, demonstrate the extent to which French people really understand the G7, for example the issues discussed by the G7, its capacity to make a difference, the decisions that it might take or the different states which make up its membership.
The older the respondent, the higher the (declared) knowledge of the G7. In the same way, level of education is influential: those with university qualifications are more likely (+24%) than others to claim that they know ’a fair amount’ about the G7.