Outgoing head of state Elabe aims to get 26% of the vote for OpinionWay and Ifop Fiducial, 26.5% for the Ipsos Sopra Steria and 27% for the Harris Interactive study.
Ms. Le Pen is awarded 22% by OpinionWay, 23% by Ipsos, 24% by Ifop and Harris Interactive and 25% by Elabe or one point from the head of state.
Given the margin of error, Sunday’s queue seems particularly uncertain, especially as the curve of Emmanuel Macron’s voting intent has continued to fall in recent days, unlike Ms Le Pen.
In 2017, Emmanuel Macron received 24.01% of the vote against his far-right rival 21.30%.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, given 16.5% (Ipsos), 17% (OpinionWay, Ifop), 17.5% (Elabe) or 18% (Harris Interactive), continued to improve but could not make it to the second round.
In the second round, when Emmanuel Macron confronts Marine Le Pen, all the studies still give the head of state a small advantage, but continue to shrink and are on the verge of error.
OpinionWay only gives a comfortable lead to the outgoing president (46% against 54%), while Ipsos aims to give him 53% of the vote (47% against), Ifop 52% (48% against), Harris Interactive 51, 5% (48.5%). Against) and Elabe 51% (49% against).
The campaign ended at midnight on Friday in the mainland of France. Candidates’ public meetings, distribution of leaflets and digital campaigning will be banned. If no interview or poll or evaluation of the results is published in France before the results are released on Sunday night at 8:00 pm otherwise in Belgium, Sudinfo.be will bring you the latest inaccuracies throughout the day. .
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