Legislative elections in France: when influence professionals come out of their reserves

Léna Situations, Squeezie, Tibo in Shape… Several public figures have positioned themselves as the first round of the legislative elections approaches. For some, the backlash has been severe.


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Marine Buisson


Head of the Ideas division

By Marine Buisson

Published on 06/18/2024 at 8:38 p.m.
Reading time: 2 min

NOTWe, creators, Internet personalities, are calling for mobilization. History is watching us and we have until Sunday June 30, the first round of the legislative elections, to encourage our communities to vote. We can, collectively, prevent the rise to power of the far right. » This Monday, more than 200 of them signed a call for mobilization at the polls against the far right. Gathered under the “Stream Populaire” banner, these influencers have made their choice and are encouraging their subscribers to do the same: vote for the Popular Front (the union of the left). If their names – Antoine Daniel, Manon Bril or Mister MV – don’t mean anything to you, know that between the three of them alone, they have nearly 1,500,000 subscribers on their respective YouTube channels. A fantastic sounding board for young people, the main consumers of their content.



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