The government reshuffle should take place in a few days (by July 8) and the opinion plebiscite Édouard Philippe. According to a survey Elabe Berger Levrault, published on Wednesday, July 1, nearly six in ten French (57 %) wish that he remains Prime minister in the aftermath of the municipal elections, but a majority (52 %) expect a change in the policy of Emmanuel Macron. Only 42 % of those surveyed want a change of Prime minister, and 25 % cite Bruno The Mayor to take the head of the government, in front of Xavier Bertrand (21 %) and Jean-Yves Le Drian (20 %), according to the survey for BFM TV.
If 52 % (- 5 in a month) want to see a significant change in the orientation of the policy of the executive, to 39 % (+ 8) it must be set as "on some aspects" and 8 % (- 3) plead for the retention of the current policy. For 65 % of the French surveyed, the employment and the economic recovery must be the top priorities of Emmanuel Macron, far ahead of health care (47 %), but also the reduction of the inequalities (29 %), environment (25 %) and security (25 %).
Emmanuel Macron collected by addition of 30 % to 31 % of voting intentions in the first round of the presidential election, if it were to take place on Sunday, ahead of Marine Le Pen is credited with 24.5 to 27.5 per cent. In the second round, in the face of Marine Le Pen, he would win with 58.5 % vs. 41.5 % to the patron saint of the RN. In the first round, the other candidates lag far behind : Jean-Luc Mélenchon (11.5 to 12.5%), is the elbow-to-elbow with the candidate of the right, Xavier Bertrand and François Baroin (11 % to 12 %). Yannick Jadot (EELV) collects 8.5% to 10 %, ahead of Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (DLF, 5 % to 5.5 %), Olivier Faure (PS, 2.5 %) and Philippe Poutou (NPA of 1.5 % to 2.5 %).
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