Tuesday, 30 April 2013
If the first round of the presidential election had taken place next Sunday, only 19% of French people would vote for François Hollande, 34% would give their vote to Nicolas Sarkozy and 23% to Marine Le Pen, reaveals a CSA poll for BFMTV. Consequently, the current head of state would not be present in the second round of the election.

One year on, this change in the balance of power is explained by a major drop in support for François Hollande. 41% of those who voted for him in the 1st round in 2012 would not vote for him again.

... In a hypothetical duel between Nicolas Sarkozy and Marine Le Pen, the former head of state would get 67% of voting intentions compared to 33% for Marine Le Pen.
Source: Le Figaro


Anonymous said...

Hollande won the last election with the support of 93% of France's Moslem population. The French public's increasing support for Marine Le Pen is interesting, particularly in view of the fact that it was announced only recently by Geert Wilders of the PVV (Netherlands) that he and Le Pen had met and agreed on a wide range of topics and that they would be seeking to unite several European parties to tackle constructively and seriously the problems of immigration, the Islamic threat and the EU (favouring, it seems, withdrawal from it which is a necessary step if Europeans are to save their lives, cultures and nations.)

Anonymous said...

I hope they get rid off Hollande, he's an idiot on so many levels. Le pen seems to me a good replacement when it comes to the saving of Europe, along with wilders in holland. Get rid of Merkel to, she seems to be too interested in Turks becoming euro citizens. Scary thought. Thank god a good couple of anti immigrant parties are taking over in local governments in Germany.



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