Here are the latest trends in the first round of voting in a week.
EEmmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are leading the presidential election, with Jean-Luc Mélenchon advancing to the first and second rounds with consistent voting from one week to the next, according to OpinionWay-Kéa Partners Barometer for Les. Echoes and Classic Radio were released on Thursday.
In the first round, the presidential-candidate received 28% of the vote, stable for a week, while his rival from the National Rally received 20% of the bar, while the LFI candidate advanced to 15% (+1). Point). In the second round, Emmanuel Macron will win against Marine Le Pen with the intention of getting 55% (consistent) votes.
LR candidate Valérie Pécresse lost two points and fell 10% to join Éric Zemmour (+ 1 point). Ecologist Yanik Jodot is stable at 5%. Fabian Russell, along with standardist Jean Lasalle, is credited with the goal of 3% of the vote (- 1 point). Socialist Anne Hidalgo, along with Nicholas Dupont-Aiken, is at 2%. Natalie Arthur and Philippe Pouto received 1% of the vote. According to the Barometer, interest in the presidential election continues to rise (+3 points) to 67% in a week.
Voting intentions do not predict the outcome of the referendum. On the day of the survey they represent the balance of power and dynamics.
According to the quota system, the survey was conducted from March 28 to 31 through a self-administered online questionnaire, with a sample of 1,562 registered French voters, from a sample of 1,641 MPs aged 18 and over.
The margin of error is between 1.1 and 2.5 points.
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