A study was carried out among those who had been allocated social housing in the Ile-de-France (Greater Paris) region between 2009 and 2010.

A majority of the persons interviewed were born abroad (79.7%) and mainly in sub-Saharan Africa (77.9%).

Source: Fdesouche.com

Sub-Saharan Africans were 77.9% of the foreigners and North Africans were 13.9%. So, in total, Africans accounted for more than 90% of all the social housing allocated to foreigners, which itself was approximately 80% of the whole.

[Editor’s Note: The study was carried out by the Ile de France branch of the National Federations of Associations for Welcoming and Social Readjustment (FNARS).]

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