Presidential 2022: Macron down sharply in the first round, neck and neck with Pécresse in the second, according to a survey

A poll published on Wednesday gives the President of the Republic a significant drop in the first round of the presidential election.

Emmanuel Macron loses around three points in voting intentions in the first round of the presidential election, according to a survey conducted by Elabe for BFMTV, L’Express and SFR.

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The outgoing president, not yet an official candidate for re-election, is credited with 22.5% or 23% of the vote, depending on whether Christiane Taubira is running or not. It is also in the latter case that the gap between the Head of State and his main rivals narrows the most. In the event of a first round on April 10 without the former Minister of Justice, Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse would indeed be tied with 17% of the voting intentions. Fourth, Eric Zemmour stagnated at 13%.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.
Elabe

In case of candidacy, Cristiane Taubira would collect 4% of the votes and would particularly lose votes to Anne Hidalgo (2.5%), Yannick Jadot (6%), and to a lesser extent to Valérie Pécresse (16%).

In the second round, the not yet candidate Macron fails to widen a significant gap, the latter even shrinking. In the event that he should face Valérie Pécresse, the two candidates remain neck and neck and are given 50-50.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.
Elabe

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.
Elabe

In the event of a duel with Marine Le Pen, if he is always given a winner, Emmanuel Macron still loses a little ground. He would win with 54.5% of the vote if the second round took place today, against 45.5% for his rival. Never had the gap been so small. As a reminder, in 2017, Emmanuel Macron won with 66.1% of the vote.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.
Elabe

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.

Voting intentions were measured as if the first round of the presidential election took place on Sunday.
Elabe

Survey carried out on January 10 and 11 on a sample of 1,465 people representative of residents of mainland France aged 18 and over, including 1,356 registered on the electoral roll, according to the quota method.
The margin of error is between 1.2 and 3.1 percentage points.

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