On the eve of the electoral silence, Macron loses more popularity to Le Pen

On the eve of the electoral silence, Macron loses more popularity to Le Pen An opinion poll on voting trends in the French presidential election showed that President Emmanuel Macron lost more popularity to his opponent, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.  An opinion poll conducted by the Ilab Institute for BFM television on voting trends in the French presidential elections showed that President Emmanuel Macron lost more popularity to his opponent, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.  Macron's support fell by two points to 51 percent in the run-off, and Le Pen gained two points, bringing her approval rating to 49 percent, the narrowest difference between the two so far.  The poll, which was published on the BFM channel website, showed that Macron lost two points in the first round, dropping his support to 26 percent, while Le Pen gained two points, bringing her support among voters to 25 percent.  In turn, Jean-Luc Melenchon, the candidate of the radical left-wing "France Proud" movement, continued his rise in voting intentions, in contrast to a continuous decline for days of Eric Zemmour, the candidate of the far-right "Restitution" party, and Valérie Beckers, the candidate of the traditional right-wing "Republicans" party - conservative.  Eric Zemmour received 8 percent of the vote's intentions, followed by Valerie Beckers with 7 percent, which would constitute a painful blow to the traditional right-wing candidate and the president of the greater Paris region, who was placed by opinion polls earlier in the second round, after her victory in her party's primaries.  The Green Party candidate (Environmental Supporters) Yannick Gaddo obtained 5 percent of the voting intentions, according to a poll by "Loops" magazine. It is a percentage that guarantees the return of the amount he spent on his campaign.  As for the communist candidate, Fabian Roussel, who received 3 percent of the vote, Anne Hidalgo, the candidate of the Socialist Party and mayor of Paris, obtained 2 percent, which would constitute a disastrous setback for her and her party.  The abstention rate is expected to reach 27.4%, according to the "Loops" poll, which is slightly lower than the record for 2002, when the percentage reached 28.4 percent.

An opinion poll on voting trends in the French presidential election showed that President Emmanuel Macron lost more popularity to his opponent, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

An opinion poll conducted by the Ilab Institute for BFM television on voting trends in the French presidential elections showed that President Emmanuel Macron lost more popularity to his opponent, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

Macron's support fell by two points to 51 percent in the run-off, and Le Pen gained two points, bringing her approval rating to 49 percent, the narrowest difference between the two so far.

The poll, which was published on the BFM channel website, showed that Macron lost two points in the first round, dropping his support to 26 percent, while Le Pen gained two points, bringing her support among voters to 25 percent.

In turn, Jean-Luc Melenchon, the candidate of the radical left-wing "France Proud" movement, continued his rise in voting intentions, in contrast to a continuous decline for days of Eric Zemmour, the candidate of the far-right "Restitution" party, and Valérie Beckers, the candidate of the traditional right-wing "Republicans" party - conservative.

Eric Zemmour received 8 percent of the vote's intentions, followed by Valerie Beckers with 7 percent, which would constitute a painful blow to the traditional right-wing candidate and the president of the greater Paris region, who was placed by opinion polls earlier in the second round, after her victory in her party's primaries.

The Green Party candidate (Environmental Supporters) Yannick Gaddo obtained 5 percent of the voting intentions, according to a poll by "Loops" magazine. It is a percentage that guarantees the return of the amount he spent on his campaign.

As for the communist candidate, Fabian Roussel, who received 3 percent of the vote, Anne Hidalgo, the candidate of the Socialist Party and mayor of Paris, obtained 2 percent, which would constitute a disastrous setback for her and her party.

The abstention rate is expected to reach 27.4%, according to the "Loops" poll, which is slightly lower than the record for 2002, when the percentage reached 28.4 percent.
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