Valerie Pecresse, the right-wing candidate in the presidential elections scheduled for April in France, could enter the second round of elections, Le Monde in Paris reported today the results of the latest public opinion poll.
So far, research has shown that one of the two far-right candidates, Marin Le Pen or Eric Zemmour, could enter the second round, but in the meantime, Valeri Pekres has gained more trust from citizens.
According to a new poll, Valerie Pecres, a candidate of the right-wing Republican Party (Les Republicains), would win 17 percent of the vote in the first round, and the current president, centrist Emmanuel Macron, 24 percent, and he is still in first place. and in earlier surveys.
Marin Le Pen and Zemur would get about 14.5 percent of the vote.
Mond estimates that the poll confirms the uncertainty before the presidential elections scheduled for April 10.
Voter restraint is still at a high level, as 61 percent of respondents said they will definitely go to the polls.
The poll showed that about 30 percent of respondents have changed their minds in the last two months, while 47 percent said they can still change their position on the selection of candidates.