French nationalists confirm favoritism for European elections

French nationalists confirm favoritism for European elections
French nationalists confirm favoritism for European elections

In the survey by the French Institute of Public Opinion (IFOP) and Fiducial for the media Le Figaro, Sud Radio and LCI, the organization led by Marine Le Pen and with Jordan Bardella at the top of the list has 33 percent support, which If he achieves it at the polls, he would represent around thirty MEPs, against the current twenty.

For its part, OpinionWay’s research for CNews, Europe1 and the Journal du Dimanche places RN with 32 percent of the votes, just 16 days before elections in which almost 50 million French people will be called to elect 81 French MEPs for the 2024-2029 Legislature of the European Parliament, which will have 720 seats.

According to the polls, the ruling Renaissance party and its allies, a list led by Valérie Hayer, and the Socialist Party/Public Square bloc (Raphael Glucksmann) continue to be in a close fight for second place.

The ruling party attracts 16 percent of voting intentions, while the socialists add between 13 and 14.5.

The electorate does not seem to be influenced, always assuming the results of the various surveys, by the criticism against RN, to which they attribute a discreet agenda in the European Parliament and an interest in weakening the management of the European Union.

The day before, in a debate between Bardella and the French Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, he accused the nationalists of attacking the European Union, while his counterpart defended himself by arguing that what they seek is to change the rules in the community bloc of 27 States. members.

Attal also insisted on the official criterion of linking RN with Russia, in particular with its president, Vladimir Putin.

Behind the trio of lists that lead the race for the European elections, IFOP-Fiducial and OpinionWay place Los Republicanos (conservatives) and La Francia Insumisa (left), both political forces with support around 7.5 percent.

The other parties with options to win seats in the European Parliament are Reconquista (6.5-seven), from the extreme right, and the ecologists, with five percent, just the minimum amount required to get seats.


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