The editorial staff of LCI –
Who’s in the lead? Who takes advantage on the left? Who loses points? Every day until the election thanks to its partner Ifop-Fidicual, LCI offers a real-time photograph of the balance of power between the candidates in the presidential election.
The results of this “rolling”, published every day at 5 p.m., allow throughout the campaign to have a more precise idea of the evolution of the candidates’ scores. How have they evolved compared to the day before? Here are the results of this Thursday, January 20, 80 days from the 1st round.
If the presidential election took place next Sunday, here is what the voting intentions of the French people would be in the first round, by ranking the candidates from the best to the worst score:
– Emmanuel Macron, 25.5% (+0.5)
– Marine Le Pen, 18% (=)
– Valerie Pécresse, 16% (=)
– Eric Zemmour, 12% (+0.5)
– Jean-Luc Melenchon, 10.5% (+0.5)
-Yannick Jadot, 5.5% (=)
– Christiane Taubira, 3% (-0.5)
– Anne Hidalgo, 3% (=)
– Fabien Roussel, 2% (=)
– Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, 1.5% (=)
– Jean Lassalle, 1% (-0.5)
– Philippe Poutou, 1% (=)
– Nathalie Arthaud, 0.5% (=)
– Hélène Thouy, 0.5% (=)
In the second round, in the event of a clash between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, in a 2017 remake, the current President of the Republic would win with 54.5% (+0.5) of the vote. Facing Valérie Pécresse, he would be elected with 54.5% (+0.5) of the vote.
Also note: 64% (-1) of voters plan to vote in the first round of the presidential election.
Methodology: A “rolling” survey is a continuous survey carried out on the principle of a rolling accumulation of daily survey waves: the day’s survey wave is combined with the waves of the two previous days as part of a sample aggregating a total of nearly 1,500 people. The survey was conducted with a sample of 1,504 people, representative of the population residing in metropolitan France aged 18 and over, according to the quota method. The interviews were carried out by self-administered online questionnaire from January 15 to 19, 2022.
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