France presidential election Opinion Polls 2017 Results
Find France presidential election Opinion Polls 2017 Results as released by Various Pollster.
Emmanuel Macron, head of the political movement En Marche and candidate for the 2017 French presidential election, attends a campaign rally in Marseille.
Emmanuel Macron's lead in France's presidential election has narrowed though he is still on course to win,Macron would win 25 percent of the April 23 first round vote Marine Le Pen was seen getting 24 percent, according to a Harris Interactive poll for France Televisions published on Thursday.
Both of their scores were down a percentage point from the last time the poll was conducted on March 23.
France Presidential election opinion polls 2017 Results
Macron was seen winning the presidency 62 percent to Le Pen's 38 percent, a margin that was down from 65 percent to 35 percent two weeks ago.The poll was partly taken after Tuesday's four-hour debate, the second during the campaign.
|Fieldwork date||Sample||Abstention/||Mélenchon||Macron||Fillon||Le Pen|
|BVA||12–14 Apr 2017||1439||23.00%||20.00%||23.00%||20.00%||22.00%|
|Ifop-Fiducial||11–14 Apr 2017||2776||31.00%||19.00%||22.50%||19.00%||23.00%|
|Odoxa||12–13 Apr 2017||950||21.00%||19.00%||24.50%||18.50%||23.00%|
|Ipsos||12–13 Apr 2017||927||34.00%||20.00%||22.00%||19.00%||22.00%|
|OpinionWay||11–13 Apr 2017||1443||–||17.00%||22.00%||20.00%||23.00%|
Melenchon's score climbed to 17 percent in the first round from 13.5 percent two weeks ago while Fillon, whose campaign has struggled as he faced nepotism allegations.
Le Pen was also seen at 23.5 percent, down from 24 percent.
Elabe forecast Macron to win the runoff with 62 percent to 38 percent for Le Pen.