The latest opinion polls ahead of France’s presidential election on Sunday revealed that Emmanuel Macron has between 10% and 15% of voting intentions for far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
The survey away from the current president and Le Pen is the study prepared by the Ipsos-Sopra Steria office for Franceinfo and for Le Parisien newspaperEmmanuel Macron received 57% of the vote and Marine Le Pen got 43%.
This is the largest margin for this second round, and it comes two days after the debate between the two candidates, in which Macron controlled three hours face-to-face, in the opinion of the public press, and Le Pen showed some hesitation, restraint and small. Errors.
Already surveyed by Elabe’s cabinet BFMTV For “L’express” magazine published this afternoon, Emmanuel Macron received 55.5% of the vote intentions, while Le Pen remained with 44.5%.
In another survey conducted by the Ifop-Fiducial Bureau of LCI Television, Radio Sud and the magazine Paris Matchthe president has 55% of the respondents and the leader of the far right 45%.
According to the Ipsos-Sopra Steria poll, about 11% of French voters will still be undecided who to vote for, and an increase in null and void votes is expected, with many voters from candidates eliminated in the first round, such as far-left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon on the white vote.
Abstentions could increase in this second round, with polling stations expecting it to surpass the record already set in the second round of 2017 of 25.44%, while Elabe puts the abstention rate between 28% and 32%. Today, the spring school holidays in France begin in two parts of the country, and it takes many French people abroad.
In the event of absenteeism or inability to vote on April 24, many French people vote by proxy, ceding their right to vote to a person of their choice. In the first round, 1.5 million French people chose this method, and during the day, queues at various police stations were monitored to verify the authenticity of this transmission of votes.
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