French Election 2022 Polls: Macron Poised to win again with 55-57% of the vote
Surveys, Google Search data and Social media sentiments all predict a victory for Macron. The margin is likely to fall substantially when compared with 2017. Read on (English and French Content)
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French Election 2022 Latest Polls
|Emmanuel Macron||Marine Le Pen|
|Average Of Polls||22nd April||56%|
|Ipsos Sopra Steria||22nd April||57%||43%|
|Opinion Way||8th April||57%||43%|
|Normalised Round 1 Vote||10th April||55%||45%|
|Normalised Round 1 Polls Average||10th April||53%||47%|
|2017 Election||7th May||66%||34%|
French Election 2022: Google Search Trends, 23rd April
|Emmanuel Macron||Marine Le Pen|
|Last 24 Hours||57%|
|Last 30 Days||57%||43%|
|9th April 2022||57%||43%|
|Vote Share 2017||66%||34%|
|6th May 2017||68%||32%|
French Election 2022: Betting Odds
|Emmanuel Macron||Marine Le Pen||Predicted Winner|
French Election 2022: Social Media Net Sentiment, 7 Days
French Election 2022 Polls: Latest Videos
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French Presidential Election 2022 Polls: What Happened in the Last Election?
The last French Presidential election was held in 2017. A total of 61 candidates declared their candidature however only 18 candidates were able to receive 500 valid signatures. The first round of elections was held on 23rd April. None of the candidates secured the required majority. Emmanuel Macron of En Marche! (EM) and Marine Le Pen of the National Front (FN) received the most votes and a run-up election was held on 7th May 2017.
In 2nd round, Emmanuel Macron registered a decisive victory over Marin Le Pen. He received 66.10% of votes while Marin Le Pen got only 33.90%.
French Presidential Election 2022 Polls: Candidates in Race to Replace Emmanuel Macron
As of November 2021, 28 candidates have shown their interest in running for the upcoming French Presidential election. Among the 28 candidates, a few important ones are:
Marine Le Pen – Rassemblement National
The far-right leader, Marine Le Pen was Macron’s main rival in the last election. This year too she is seen as the main rival to incumbent President Emmanuel Macron. After facing a landslide loss in 2017, she has moderated her image, rebranding and renaming her political party from National Front to National Rally, expelling extremist members of her party, including her father Jean-Marie who was president of the party from 1972 to 2011. He also ran for president and reached the second round in 2002.
Her main focus to drive the French voters has been the issue of immigration, globalisation and national security, while being largely supportive of abortion and same-sex relationships.
Eric Zemmour – Reconquête
Eric Zemmour has emerged as a potential threat to the right-wing leader Marine Le Pen. Eric Zemmour is a columnist, television pundit and author. He announced his candidacy for president on 5th December 2021 and created his own party known as Reconquête (Reconquest).
He has openly blamed immigration, and the “Islamisation” and “feminization” of society for the decline of France. He supports lower taxes, leaving NATO and reducing immigration to France to zero.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon – La France Insoumise
The left wing leader Jean-Luc Melenchon was able to win 20% of the votes in last French Presidential election. This time he has thrown weight behind reducing wealth inequality in France and expanding the power of labour and labour unions to help him secure the Presidential office. He has however struggled to gain traction this election as his popularity has waned and he polls in low double digits, usually in 5th position.