This study shows that the major­i­ty of peo­ple in France have rather latent atti­tudes towards the EU’s West­ern Balkan enlarge­ment. For most, the issue is not very salient. Three in four peo­ple in France believe that it would not affect their lives much or at all if Alba­nia, Bosnia and Herze­gov­ina, Koso­vo, Mon­tene­gro, North Mace­do­nia, and Ser­bia joined the EU. Although oppo­si­tion to fur­ther EU enlarge­ment is wide­spread among the French pub­lic, much of this enlarge­ment fatigue is the result of wider con­cerns regard­ing Euro­pean cohe­sion, eval­u­a­tions of pre­vi­ous rounds of enlarge­ment, the future of the EU, and, to some extent, France’s role in it.