May 18, 2022

Dubai Week

Complete Dubai News World

Macron Le Pen leads the vote on the run-off

Polls released by the BVA Institute for the RTL TV channel and French telecommunications company Orange indicate that incumbent French President Emmanuel Macron will defeat National Rally candidate Marine Le Pen, which is 46% off the French election run.

And “Bloomberg” news agency today, Friday, Jean-Luc, who came in third among supporters of the far-left candidate.
Mélenchon, in the first round of the election, is likely to get 30% of the vote for Macron and 18% for Marine Le Pen.

In the first round of the election, 79% of those who supported the far-right candidate Eric Gemmer, who came in fourth.
They vote for Le Pen on the run-off, and 11% more likely to vote for Macron.

The company voted 1,502 adults on April 13-14 with an error of 1.4-3.1 points. Macron leads 53.5 percent to 46.5 percent ahead of Le Pen in the Ifo poll on run-off.

In the first round of the French presidential election last Sunday, Macron received 27.84 percent of the vote and Le Pen 23.15 percent. Then
Left-wing politician Jean-Luc Mélenchon came in third with 21.95 percent, according to French Interior Ministry data.

Based on those data, only Macron and Le Pen, who ran face-to-face in 2017, ran in the presidential election.

See also  Events and photos .. Fire brigades in France struggle to control wildfires - Politics - Reports and Translations