Monday, November 28, 2016

François Fillon faces Marine Le Pen to the 2nd round of the presidential election –

The former Prime minister has easily won the primary of the right and centre, on Sunday evening, in the face of the mayor of Bordeaux Alain Juppé…

( — French prime minister François Fillon has largely outstripped Alain Juppé in the second round of the primary of the right and center Sunday night, with nearly 67% of the vote… According to two polls, the former Prime minister of Nicolas Sarkozy faces Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election, and would win the fight…

French prime minister François Fillon in the face of Marine Le Pen

according To Harris Interactive for the ‘Public Sénat’ and ‘LCP – Assemblée nationale’, French prime minister François Fillon would be in the lead winning 26% of the votes, with only two points ahead of Marine Le Pen.

The former Economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, and Jean-Luc Mélenchon would arrive respectively in 3rd and 4th position. In the second round, François Fillon would win 67% of the vote, compared to 33% for Marine Le Pen.

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The scenario is the same, according to the results of the study Odoxa for France 2. The candidate of the right and centre would largely be in the lead, with 32% of voting intentions, the gap being significantly more important than for the previous survey, with Marine Le Pen (22% for the candidate of the National Front). The president of the movement ‘On’, Emmanuel Macron would make it to the third position, with 13% of the votes, just ahead of Jean-Luc Mélenchon (12%). In the second round, François Fillon would win definitely win (71% against 29% for Marine Le Pen).

“The fact of appearing as conservative on the societal level, and very liberal on the economic plan can be an asset to recover a whole block of voters right tempted by the National Front, argues Odoxa, who still puts in guard against the “dynamic campaign” that can still evolve.

A left-scattered

These estimates are not without worrying about the current majority. This weekend, Prime minister Manuel Valls told in the columns of the ‘Journal du Dimanche’. It is concerned purely and simply the “death” of the left, if no startle occurs…

In addition, some candidates such as Emmanuel Macron and Jean-Luc Mélenchon refused to participate in a primary of any the left. For his part, Manuel Valls would consider to confront the president of the Republic. The socialist deputy Philippe Duron wants to believe, a “consciousness” of the left, and a “start”…

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