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>> Widespread French fury over fuel taxes showed no sign of letting up Tuesday. They're the latest noisy indicator of discontent with Emmanuel Macron's economic reforms but by no means the only thing the reforming president has to worry about.>>
> The president's popularity continues to dwindle with accusations he's out of touch with ordinary folk. The French are no stranger to protesting against their leaders. But an IFOP survey published Monday showed just one in four French people thought Macron's doing a good job, a 4% drop in a matter of weeks.
Reuters Richard Lockes says the grassroot campaign behind these latest protests dubbed the yellow vests are not the only ones with something to say.>> Essentially the yellow vests protest movement is a protest against the higher cost of diesel at fuel pumps. But they tap into a wider discontent.
As Macron reforms the economy, his attempts to make it more investor friendly, and to inject new energy into it.>> Macron's consistently brushed off his bad ratings as he pushes through his reform agenda.