Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen would be elbow to elbow in the first round of the presidential election, with about 28 % of voting intentions, ahead of all other candidates, if the election was held on Sunday, according to an Ifop survey-Fiduciary aired Monday. In the case of a second round Macron-The Pen, the duel would be much more tight than in 2017, with 55 % of voting intentions for the current head of the State, against 45 % for the patroness of the national Gathering.
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In 2017, Emmanuel Macron was collected 24 % of the vote in the first round, against 21.3 to Marine Le Pen. He had won the second round with a 66.1 % against 33.9 per cent. Less than two years of the presidential election, the couple Macron-Le Pen dominates the balance of power and leaves the competition far behind.
12 % to the right
In both cases, the candidate of the right must not exceed 12 % of voting intentions. Among the other potential candidates, only Jean-Luc Mélenchon (11 % to 12%), crosses the bar of 10 % of voting intentions in the first round. The ecologist Yannick Jadot is credited with 8 %, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan is approximately 5 %, the socialist Olivier Faure 3 % and for Fabien Roussel for the CPF of 1 % to 2 %.
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a Survey conducted on 18 and 19 June after of 992 individuals drawn from a sample of 1 105 people registered on the electoral lists, according to the method of quotas. Margin of error of 1.4 to 3.1 percentage points. Voting intentions do not constitute a forecast of results, they do give an indication of the power relations on the day of the survey.Updated Date: 22 June 2020, 08:33