Emmanuel Macron (28.5%) and Marine Le Pen (24.2%) will meet in the second round on April 24, 2022. Jean-Luc Mélenchon (20.20%) finishes in third place, Zemmour caps at 7.1%, Pécresse at 5.1%, Hidalgo at 1.9%.
Four days before the first round, the gap is closing between the three favorites of the polls. The boss of the RN could come out on top on the evening of April 10. And Mélenchon could take second place.
The regional elections of June 20 and 27, 2021 foreshadow what will happen, in one year, for the presidential elections: the games of alliances sometimes against nature will be tied to block the road to Marine Le Pen. There will be sport.