The relative majority, a “good thing” for two thirds of French people, according to a poll

Nearly two-thirds of French people believe that the relative majority obtained by Macronie in the legislative elections is “a good thing”, recognizing that the RN is the winner of the ballot, while 57% want Elisabeth Borne to leave Matignon, according to a poll * Odoxa for Le Figaro.

64% of respondents view the relative majority favorably

The fact that no political force has obtained an absolute majority in these legislative elections is “rather a good thing, because it gives a real role to the National Assembly”, believe 64% of those polled, satisfied that “the government must convince part of the opposition to pass the laws”. A third (33%) of respondents believe that “this makes the country ungovernable and risks blocking France”. A majority of French people (53%) say they are “satisfied” with the result of Sunday’s polls, while 80% of those questioned believe that it is the National Rally that comes out “rather winner” of the ballot.

Emmanuel Macron weakens for 83% of respondents

Only 22% say the same for the presidential majority Ensemble!, although it won the most votes and seats in the National Assembly. Similarly, 83% of those polled consider that Emmanuel Macron “comes out weakened” from these elections, 76% that he will be “prevented” from implementing his program and 70% that he “bears responsibility for this political situation”. . The departure of the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, appointed a month ago, is also desired by 57% of French people, against 42% who believe that she should remain in office.

*Survey carried out on a sample of 1,005 French people representative of the population aged 18 and over, according to the quota method, questioned by internet on June 22 and 23. Margin of error between 1.4 and 3.1 points.

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