I am indebted to France Soir for commissioning a poll of Gallic types on their support or otherwise for UN military intervention in Libya and whether they would want France's military to join in.
Overall support for the first option stands at a not very high 36%, with the Left generally more supportive than the Right - 42% of Socialists to 38% of Gaullists.
Comparing support for UN action with support for French involvement throws up some fairly yawning chasms:
32% of women want 'something done', but only 24% support French involvement. The gap for the overall Left (Socialists, Greens, Trots etc) is eight percentage points - 39% vs 31%. The gap for Communists / Left party voters is the broadest - 14 percentage points between the 33% for UN intervention and 19% for French participation.
The highest level of support for French involvement is the 35% for the Greens - not what I would have expected. Maybe they are worried about the palm trees. Credit, I suppose, is due to Frontistes - both options rated 30% support among them.