Emmanuel Macron confirms his lead in voting intentions, according to the Ipsos-Sopra Steria poll for franceinfo and Le Parisien / Today in France published this evening. The Head of State collects nearly 26% of voting intentions, against 17% for Marine Le Pen, placed in second position.
Marine Le Pen gains one point in one month (17%) while Eric Zemmour loses two (12%). The National Rally candidate is also slightly ahead of the Les Républicains candidate, Valérie Pécresse (16%), who remains stable. The second place to reach the second round of the presidential election thus remains very disputed and very uncertain.
In the event that Christiane Taubira would be a candidate, the socialist Anne Hidalgo would lose 1.5 points of voting intention (3%), while the ecologist Yannick Jadot would go from 8 to 7% of voting intentions and would remain stable by report to the last survey. Jean-Luc Mélenchon would remain stable in both cases (9%).