Macron’s party makes slight gains in the French election poll


(Bloomberg) – Chairman Emmanuel MacronFrance’s party has gained some ground ahead of France’s parliamentary elections, although it still lags behind the far-right National Rally party and the left-wing alliance, according to a poll on voting intentions published on Thursday.

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According to Ifop-Fiducial’s survey for LCI, Le Figaro, Macron’s group would receive 22% support, third after Marine Le Pen’s far-right party, with 34%, and an alliance of left-wing parties with 29%. and Sud Radi. Macron’s group hovered around 18% in previous polls.

The pollster interviewed 1,861 adults online between June 18 and 20. The margin of error was approximately 2.3 points.

Macron dissolved the National Assembly earlier this month and called a snap legislative vote after his group was defeated in European Parliament elections. The far-right and left-wing groups received a hostile reception from French business leaders on Thursday as they tried to defend their economic programs.

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