Poll: Macron down, Le Pen and Mélenchon up, Zemmour down
Eva Deschamps / April 2. 2022
Emmanuel Macron leads in voting intentions for the first round of the presidential election ahead of Marine Le Pen and wins against her in the second, but with a narrowing gap.
The Head of State collects 27% of voting intentions (-1 point in one week), while the RN candidate collects 21% (+2 points), still far ahead of Jean-Luc Mélenchon (15.5%, +1 point).
Valérie Pécresse and Eric Zemmour are tied at 9.5%, with the former dropping one point and the latter one and a half points, despite his attempt at a show of force last Sunday at a giant rally on the Trocadero esplanade in Paris.
The ecologist candidate Yannick Jadot collects 5% of voting intentions (-1 point), ahead of the PCF Fabien Roussel (3.5%, +0.5 point), Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (2.5%, +1 point), Jean Lassalle (stable), Anne Hidalgo (2%, stable), Nathalie Arthaud and Philippe Poutou, who each convince 1% of the respondents.
In the second round, Emmanuel Macron wins with 54.5% of voting intentions (45.5% for Marine Le Pen), down 1.5 points in one week.
Survey conducted by Internet on March 30 and 31 among a sample of 1,502 people registered on the electoral rolls from a representative sample of 1,611 French people aged 18 and over.
Voting intentions are not a forecast of the outcome of the election. They give an indication of the balance of power and dynamics on the day the survey was conducted.