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Popularity: Macron falls, but no one benefits – Polls

  • 1 Emmanuel Macron at rock bottom

  • Emmanuel Macron’s popularity is in free fall, according to the monthly barometer produced by Odoxa for LCP, Public Sénat and the regional press

  • . The President of the Republic loses six points in one month, eleven since the launch of his pension reform. 70% of French people now think he is “a bad president”. We must go back to the crisis of yellow vests to find traces of such a score. It’s even worse for Elisabeth Borne, who only collects 28% of positive judgments. Either one of the worst scores for a Prime Minister since this barometer has existed (over the past ten years, only Manuel Valls has done worse, with 24% favorable opinions in June 2016.)

  • 2 Many collateral victims

  • The members of the government associated with this reform also saw their membership rating decline. The Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, fell by seven points. Government spokesman Olivier Véran and Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin lost five points. As for the Minister of Labour, Olivier Dussopt, he still drops a point… at 9% of favorable opinions. Another collateral victim, former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe. Its membership rating fell seven points to 34%, its all-time low.

  • 3 Opponents Don’t Benefit

  • Admittedly, Marine Le Pen is approaching the top of the membership list, established by Odoxa. But its membership rating is also down: it drops three points, to 32% of favorable opinions. Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI) does not benefit more from the situation: he does not progress in opinion, remaining ten points behind the leader of the National Rally, with only 22% of the membership rating. Another sign that the entire political class suffers from the sequence, all the personalities tested see their image deteriorate in the list of rejections.

  • 4 Action capacity: 50-50

    The French are divided on Emmanuel Macron’s ability to carry out the reforms he wants in the next four years. 50% of those polled believe that it will succeed (this is the case for 80% of Renaissance sympathizers and 61% of LR sympathizers). 50% of those questioned believe that it will not succeed (this is the case for 66% of LFI supporters and 53% of RN supporters). There is no doubt that the evolution of this feeling will depend on the ability of the Head of State to get out of the pension rut.

Survey carried out from March 22 to 23, with a sample of 1,004 French people.

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