For the second day in a row, French transport and refinery workers voted to strike. While railways and airlines say that Wednesday's strike was not as bad as Tuesday's, refineries say that 11 of 13 refineries are striking and production is about 10% of normal levels. Unions say that workers will vote daily on whether to strike. The strikes are over proposed pension reforms, which many are skeptical about President Sarkozy making substantial changes to, no matter the opposition. Many feel that the strikes will only result in superficial changes to the legislation. Unions have also called for another day of demonstration on Saturday.