EXCLUSIVE. Two-thirds of the French for a redesign with... Édouard Philippe - The Point

A government reshuffle is in the air, and in the heads of the French. More than two-thirds of them, according to a survey conducted by Ipsos and Sopra Steria fo

EXCLUSIVE. Two-thirds of the French for a redesign with... Édouard Philippe - The Point

A government reshuffle is in the air, and in the heads of the French. More than two-thirds of them, according to a survey conducted by Ipsos and Sopra Steria for The Point*, 69 %, exactly, are asking for a change of government. This redesign is not a degree of urgency or absolute : they are only 35 % of respondents to the wish just after the second round of the municipal elections, the June 28 – 30 %, the president may wait until the start of the year. "You can't say that there is a demand fierce for an overhaul immediate and profound," emphasizes Brice Dyer, deputy ceo of Ipsos.

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Which highlights the second lesson of this study : "The great majority of the French did not want a reshuffle of scale incorporating a change of Prime minister. "They are 62 % to say it, and among these half were in favour of a reshuffle limited, "keeping Edward Philip" and the other half advocates a continuity with the Prime minister and his current team. They are only 38 % support the idea of a reshuffle "to scale" with a change of the head of the government.

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The vast majority of those who share this opinion are recruited from the fans of the extreme, France insubordinate (67 %) and the Rassemblement national (54 %). Those who are close to LREM only 8 % of this opinion : "Massively, Walkers wish to keep Édouard Philippe," notes Brice Dyer. And the side of the Republicans, they are only 18 % want change of Prime minister, with 42 % are for its maintenance and revision, limited and 40 % favour the status quo with the government team present.

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what reassure a Prime minister under pressure, so that the microcosm of power rustling of her upcoming departure : 64 % of French people interviewed reject the four personalities proposed by Ipsos as potential successors. Jean-Yves Le Drian is seen by only 15 % of respondents as best Prime minister, Bruno Le Maire, is at 14 %, Gérald Darmanin 4 per cent, and Thierry Breton at 3 %. Curiously, other names circulating, including those of Olivier Véran, Jean-Michel Blanquer and Florence Parly, have not been tested.

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a more global view point, the qualities that the French expect a Prime minister are personal : he must be honest (52 %), keep commitments (41 %), be sincere (34 %), open dialogue (34 %). The skills of the leader go after : they are only 17 % consider that it needs to know to lead the reforms, 16 % want it to have a extensive policy experience, 15 % to be hoped that he may know to show authority. For a very small 13 %, the head of the government must embody the change. And only 7% felt that it would be preferable that it is close to the president. "First of all, the dimensions of personal and relational that the French put forward their Prime minister," concludes Brice Dyer. Which says a lot about the wear and tear of the political system... ", Or the need to be reassured.

*Survey conducted from may 29 to 31, on a panel of 1 013 people, constituting a nationally representative sample of the French population aged 18 years and above according to the method of quotas

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Date Of Update: 04 June 2020, 18:34

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