When the seats close for the first round of France’s presidential election, the first polls show outgoing President Macron ahead of Marine Le Pen: 28.5% to 24.20%. Emmanuel Macron, who received more than 28% of the vote, won the first round of the presidential election by more than 4 points compared to 2017. Marine Le Pen also fared better, taking 24% of the vote compared to the first round, which lasted 5 years. before. Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen were on the ballot with 28.6% and 24.4%, respectively. In third comes Jean-Luc Melenchon de la France Insomes with 20.2%.. The far-right polemicists Eric Zemmour, 6.8%, and Valerie Pecres, less than 5% (4.6%), are very low. These are the poll numbers conducted by the IFOP polling institute.
Bigger scissors between outgoing President Emmanuel Macron who will win with 28.1% of the vote and Marine Le Pen with 23.3%.According to a new survey of the institute Ipsos Supra Styria for French public television. Jean-Luc Melenchon is given at 20.1%. Eric Zemmour is 7.2% ahead of Valerie Pecres (5%). Below the 5% threshold is ecologist Yannick Gadot (4.4%). Socialist candidate in the French presidential elections and Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, Alongside outgoing President Emmanuel Macron before the April 24 vote against National Rally candidate Marine Le Pen. According to data released this evening by the Elabe Institute for Bfm-TV, the Socialist candidate received only 1.9% of the preferences. Hidalgo called on his supporters “to vote in earnest against the far-right of Marine Le Pen” by giving the vote to Macron “so that France does not fall into the hatred of all against all.”
The abstention rate from the presidential elections in France – according to Ipsos Institute for French Public Television – was 26.2% in the first round. In the first round 5 years ago, the abstention rate was 22.2% in the first round, but in 2002, the record year for non-voters, it rose to a record 28.4%.
Macron thanks everyone– “You can count on me to implement our program of openness” and “French and European independence”: Emmanuel Macron said addressing the gunmen in Porte de Versailles in Paris, after qualifying to vote on April 24 against the candidate of the National Rally. Marine Le Pen. “Nothing is obtained, the debate that we will have in the next 15 days will be decisive for France and Europe,” Macron warned, calling on his compatriots to cut the path to the far right “for Marine Le Pen in light of the vote. For the Elysee. Emmanuel Macron told his supporters assembled in Port De Versailles after the results of the first round of the presidential elections: “Nothing has been decided yet,” adding that “the next two weeks will be crucial for France.”
Marine Le Pen’s appeal to the French. National Rally candidate, Marine Le Pen, said elated to qualify for the vote against Emmanuel Macron. Then an appeal to all the French “with all their sensibilities” and “all those who did not vote for Macron” “to join this great national and popular gathering.”
Melenchon call. “You don’t have to give Marine Le Pen a single vote.” Radical leftist candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who came third in the first round of the French presidential election by about 20%, told his supporters.
Candidates who did not. “I have many disagreements with Marine Le Pen, but in front of her there is a man who brought millions of immigrants and he would be worse if he was re-elected. So I invite you to vote for Le Pen” on the ballot. he said that Eric Zemmour, The far-right candidate for the French presidential elections who received about 7% of the vote in the first round. Socialist candidate in the French presidential elections and the mayor of Paris, Ann HidalgoAlong with outgoing President Emmanuel Macron. According to data released this evening by the Elabe Institute for Bfm-TV, the Socialist candidate received only 1.9% of the preferences. Hidalgo called on his supporters “to vote in earnest against the far-right of Marine Le Pen” by granting the vote to Macron “so that France does not fall into the hatred of all against all”. Republic filter Valerie PecresShe, with less than 5% in the first round, demanded Emmanuel Macron to vote in the April 24 presidential election against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, whom she accuses of being “close to Putin”.
The turnout in the first round of the presidential elections in France at 17:00 was 65%, down 4.4 points compared to the 2017 elections: this is what emerges from data from the Ministry of the Interior in Paris. Instead, the turnout rate at 5pm is 6.5 points higher than in 2002 (58.45%), a record year for abstentions in the first round of the Elysee race. The five most voted provinces are Dordogne (75.26%), Aveyron (73.93%), Guers (73.71%), Haute-Loire (73.53%) and Pyrenees-Atlantiques (72.78%). The five provinces least crowded are Haute-Corse (51.23%), Seine-Saint-Denis (51.71%), Paris (52.17%), Essonne (56.19%) and Corse-de-Sud (58.48%).
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