Le Pen leads the intention to vote the presidential elections in France

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The far-right Marine Le Pen would achieve between 24 and 27% of the votes if the French presidential elections were held now, while current president Emmanuel Macron would stay at 23-26%, according to an Ifop poll published by ‘Le Journal du Dimanche’. Elections are scheduled for 2022.

The other candidates they would be far behind, but highlights Xavier Bertrand, president of the Altos de Francia region for the conservative Republican party, who would achieve between 15.5 and 19% of the vote. Bertrand would do better than François Baroin (14%), Valérie Pécresse (11%), Rachida Dati (8%) and Bruno Retailleau (8%).

Political boom

Behind would be Jean-Luc Mélenchon, candidate of La Francia Insoumisa, with between 10 and 15% of vote intention, while the ecologist Yannick Jadot would remain between 6 and 8% of support Faced with the political boom of its formation, Europa Ecología-Los Verdes. If Jadot were the only candidate on the left, he would only have 13% support.

For the Socialist Party, the mayoress of Paris, the Cadiz Anne Hidalgo, would reach 9%, while Ségolène Royal would stay at 5%.



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