An Ifop – Fiducial survey for Le Figaro and LCI has just been released. It was carried out online from August 31 to September 2, based on a sample of 1,334 people registered on the voter list and representatives of the French population aged 18 and over.
But what exactly does it reveal? The first lesson to be learned is that, according to statistics, we are going to the second round between the current president* At Marine Le Pen. In this fight, Macron will eventually re-emerge (56% versus 44% for the far-right candidate).
In the first round, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen led the way (24%). Follow the right-wing candidates and we will not know if they will stand alone or if they will join. In any case Xavier Bertrand is leading the dance with the goal of getting 17% of the vote if he contests the first round of the presidential election. Follow Valérie Pécresse (14%), Michel Barnier (11%), Eric Ciotti (7%) and Philippe Juvin (5%).
And the left side? The proliferation of candidates does not help to bring out a personality. Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon will get 9 to 10% of the vote in the first round for rebel France. Anne Hidalko follows (7 to 9%) and the future environmental candidate is yet to be determined (7.5 to 8%).
Former Socialist Minister Arnold Montburg, who officially ran for the presidency, received 3% of the vote in the first round.
On the left and on the right, you may have to think about joining the confidence to play SpielSport between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. According to the poll, Xavier Bertrand would be a good card to play in any case if he can climb to the second round. He is actually presented as the future winner, either against Macron (53% against the current president 47%) or Le Pen (40% against 60%).
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