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.
With eight days to go before the first round, the president-candidate is starting to get nervous. He fears not to be present in the second round and, if he succeeds, to be beaten by Marine Le Pen. Branlebas of combat at LAREM.
What if Macron wasn’t in the second round? The question may seem absurd in view of the flattering polls for the president-candidate. However, an election is not simply a matter of arithmetic. It’s a very subtle alchemy that algorithms can’t capture.
Viewpoint. The former Secretary of State for the Budget denounces Emmanuel Macron’s plan to bring back the idea of giving bonuses rather than increasing salaries, thus depriving the State and Social Security of revenue.
Between two phone calls to Putin and the announcements of Jean Castex on the suspension of the vaccine pass, Emmanuel Macron finally makes his candidacy for his own succession official in the regional gazettes.