Legislative: the “New Popular Front” is gaining ground in the RN, according to a survey – 06/17/2024 at 5:55 p.m.

Legislative: the “New Popular Front” is gaining ground in the RN, according to a survey – 06/17/2024 at 5:55 p.m.
Legislative: the “New Popular Front” is gaining ground in the RN, according to a survey – 06/17/2024 at 5:55 p.m.

According to this study carried out by Ifop, the National Rally loses two points compared to the last two measures.

The leaders of the New Popular Front, in Paris, June 14, 2024 (AFP / JULIEN DE ROSA)

The left, united behind its New Popular Front, recorded progress on Monday June 17 with 28% of voting intentions in the first round of the legislative elections, behind the National Rally (33%) and ahead of the presidential camp (18%), according to a survey Ifop for

LCI

.

The New Popular Front, which in recent days has resulted in a program common to the main left-wing forces (Socialist Party, Les Ecologistes, La France insoumise, the Communist Party, etc.),

gains two points compared to the last survey by the same institute

carried out on June 13 and 14, and three points compared to that of June 10 and 11.

Winner of the European elections,

The RN remains in the lead, but still loses two points compared to the last two Ifop measurements which placed it at 35% voting intentions. As for the presidential camp, it has stabilized over a week, oscillating between 18 and 19%.

Split recorded at LR

The polling institute has also distinguished for the first time the two branches of the Republicans: that of the historic and independent channel obtains 5% of voting intentions, against 4% for the candidates of the alliance with the RN advocated by Eric Ciotti.

Survey carried out online from June 14 to 17, 2024 on a representative sample of 1,131 people registered on the electoral lists. The margins of error are between 1.4 and 3.1 points.

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