Less than three months before the first round of voting on April 10, 77% of the French say they are certain or almost certain to cast a ballot, the poll showed. That compared with 82% in January 2017, three months before France’s last presidential election.
French President Emmanuel Macron keeps on driving his right-wing and far-right rivals in the most recent Ipsos/Sopra Steria survey in front of April’s election. Macron got 25% of possible votes with the conservative Republican Valerie Pecresse and National Rally’s Marine Le Pen each at 15.5% in the overview of first round intentions. Far-right pundit Eric Zemmour would have 13% help. The survey led for Le Monde was delivered Saturday. Ipsos and Sopra Steria reviewed 12,542 individuals online between Jan. 14 and Jan. 17.
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Macron Has 25.5%, Le Pen 17.5%, Pecresse 16.5%.
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