So over 60% don't have a problem with them. And as for the almost 30% who don't agree, well, they are allowed to disagree, we don't all think all laws are good or fair or right - that doesn't alter the fact that they are the law, we can mutter but we have to abide by them and if we contravene them, we take the consequences.
The Local is not French, it talks about news in France in English from an English-speaking person's point of view; this is how they describe themselves: "The Local is an English-language digital news publisher with local editions in Sweden, Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Austria and Italy."
Yes it does matter because you don't interpret what you see the way we do and while I can quite understand you prefer to read the news in your own language, be aware that you miss out on a lot of nuances by not reading in French.
And the JDD is notoriously right-wing so if they commissioned a poll from IFOP canvassing Muslim opinions about French law, then how neutral is it going to be?