Sunday, October 9, 2016

Primary right: 39%, Juppé widens the gap with Sarkozy for the first round – Europe1

Alain Juppe continues to be dominated by Nicolas Sarkozy in the first round of the primary of the right and, with 39%, ahead by 8 points among voters saying that they were “certain” to vote, according to a survey Odoxa-Dentsu Consulting for the 13: 15 of France2 published on Sunday.

A gap.Alain Juppe collects and 39% (+2 points) of the voting intentions of the voters “certain” to vote in the November 20, compared with 31% for Nicolas Sarkozy. Follow Bruno Le Maire, 12% (- 2 points) and François Fillon 11% (stable), in front of Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet of 4.5% (+1.5 points), Jean-François Fish 1.5% and Jean-François Copé 1%. Prior to the 26 September and the week marked in particular by the television broadcast of a documentary about Bygmalion and the publication of a book by Patrick Buisson in charge against the former president of the Republic, the gap between the two favorites for the primary from the right was 5 points, 37% for Alain Juppe and 32% for Nicolas Sarkozy.

Juppé in the second round, thanks to NKM. On the other hand, Nicolas Sarkozy made a comeback and is ahead of Alain Juppé from right-wing supporters out of FN, with 39% of voting intentions in the first round (+6 points), compared to 35% (+2 points) for the mayor of Bordeaux. In the second round, Alain Juppé would win with 59.5% of the voting intentions of voters certain to vote (+0.5 points compared to a survey of the 27 August), from 40.5% to Nicolas Sarkozy (-0,5 point).

The former Prime minister would benefit from reports of votes of voters who chose Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet in the first round (to 69%, where 13% would Nicolas Sarkozy), François Fillon (50% vs. 32% based on Nicolas Sarkozy), Bruno Le Maire (43% against 27%).


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