Thus, Jean Charlot has shown how the French ‘Right’ and ‘Left’ identify with particular values in a list of twenty-four politically and symbolically ‘charged’ words. ‘Liberty’ is the only word they have in common. Otherwise the Left most prefers social protection, followed by tolerance, rights of man, liberty, equality, Europe, participation, change and culture. The Right, on the other hand, prefers security, followed by enterprise, order, property, progress, patrie, religion, rigour, nation, (economic) liberalism, competition and liberty (1992 survey cited by Charlot, La politique en France, 44).