Opinion poll: The far right leads the French legislative elections Opinion poll: The far right leads the French legislative elections

Opinion poll: The far right leads the French legislative elections

Opinion poll: The far right leads the French legislative elections

An opinion poll conducted by the Ipsos Institute showed that the far right and its allies lead voting intentions in the first round of the legislative elections in France (35.5%), followed by the new left-wing Popular Front bloc (29.5%), with a significant difference from the camp of President Emmanuel Macron (19.5%).

The Republicans who did not join the alliance between their president, Eric Ciotti, and the far right, came in fourth place with 7% of voting intentions, according to this poll published by Le Parisien newspaper and Radio France, yesterday, Saturday, a week before the first session.

The poll indicated a sharp increase in the percentage of those wishing to participate compared to 2022, when it reached 47.5%, as 60 to 64% of French people expressed their desire to vote.

According to this poll, which does not include forecasts for the number of seats, National Rally Party voters are certain of their choice, and only 13% of them believe that their votes may be changeable, compared to 19% for the left, 29% for the majority, and 48% for the Liberal Party.

The poll was conducted online, with a margin of error between 0.7 and 2.6 points, from June 19 to 20, 2024, and included two thousand people registered on electoral lists.

Last Friday, French President Emmanuel Macron launched an attack on the far right and left, once again defending his decision to dissolve the National Assembly a few days ago. He recalled the result of the far right in the European elections, which was behind his decision, with the National Rally and the “Rokonkite” (Recovery) party winning together by 40%. of votes.

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