French Conservatives Primary Polls 2016 Results Live Republicans Opinion Voting

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French Conservatives Primary Polls Second Round 2016 Results Live Opinion Voting 27 Nov

Conservatives Republican Primary Dates

Presidential primary for Republican on Sunday First RoundNovember 20 2016. 

If no candidate gets at least 50% of the vote, there will be a run-off vote on Sunday

Second Round: November 27 2016.  Fillon won the second round.

Conservatives Primary Final Election Results 2016

Second Round: November 27 2016. 

  1. Francois Fillon wins Presidential Nomincation from Conservatives party

 

Summary of The Republicans 20 and 27 November 2016 presidential primary

 

 
Candidates Parties   1st round   2nd round
      Votes  % Votes  %
François Fillon The Republicans LR 1890266 0.441 2919874 66.5
Alain Juppé The Republicans LR 1224855 0.286 1471898 33.5
Nicolas Sarkozy The Republicans LR 886137 0.207    
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet The Republicans LR 109655 0.026    
Bruno Le Maire The Republicans LR 102168 0.024    
Jean-Frédéric Poisson Christian Democratic Party PCD 62346 0.015    
Jean-François Copé The Republicans LR 12787 0.003    
             
Total     4288214 1 4391772 1
             
Valid votes     4288214 0.998 4391772 0.997
Spoilt and null votes     9883 0.002 13040 0.003
Total     4298097 1 4404812 1
  1. High Voter Turnout seen.
  2. Voting opened at more than 10,000 polling stations across France at 8 a.m.to 7 p.m. First results to come up in an hour and a half later.
  3. Fillon ahead and more convincing than Juppe for final primary 2016.
  4. Voting today for second round Fillon Vs Juppe. Fillon is running strong acc to recent polls
  5. Fillon promotes traditional family values and plans to reduce immigration to France "to a minimum."
  6. Juppe is advocating a more peaceful vision of French society, based on respect for religious freedom and ethnic diversity.

 

 

Summary of The Republicans 20 and 27 November 2016 presidential primary

 

 
Candidates Parties   1st round   2nd round
      Votes  % Votes  %
François Fillon The Republicans LR 1890266 0.441 2919874 0.665
Alain Juppé The Republicans LR 1224855 0.286 1471898 0.335
Nicolas Sarkozy The Republicans LR 886137 0.207    
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet The Republicans LR 109655 0.026    
Bruno Le Maire The Republicans LR 102168 0.024    
Jean-Frédéric Poisson Christian Democratic Party PCD 62346 0.015    
Jean-François Copé The Republicans LR 12787 0.003    
             
Total     4288214 1 4391772 1
             
Valid votes     4288214 0.998 4391772 0.997
Spoilt and null votes     9883 0.002 13040 0.003
Total     4298097 1 4404812 1

 

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Its Candidates

Nicolas Sarkozy defeated in Sunday's first conservative primary that chooses the nominee for next year’s presidential election.  Latest Reports showed Francois Fillon with 44% of the vote, Alain Juppe with 28% and Sarkozy at 20%, with more than 3.2 million votes counted of an estimated total over 5 million, the Associated Press reported. Sarkozy asked his supporters to vote for Fillon in next Sunday's runoff between Francois Fillon and Alain Juppe .

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Details and notes
Jean-François Copé (52) President of the UMP from 2012–2014
  General Secretary of the UMP from 2010–2012
  Mayor of Meaux since 2005 and from 1995–2002
  Minister of the Budget from 2005–2007
  Member of the National Assembly for Seine-et-Marne's 6th constituency since 2002
François Fillon(62) Prime Minister of France from 2007–2012
  Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing from 2012–2012
  Minister of National Education from 2004–2005
  Minister of Social Affairs from 2002–2004
  Member of the National Assembly for Paris' 2nd constituency since 2012
  Senator for Sarthe from 2005–2007
Alain Juppé(70) Prime Minister of France from 1995–1997
  Minister of Foreign and European Affairs from 2011–2012 and 1993–1995
  Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs from 2010–2011
  Minister of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Sea from 2007–2007
  Mayor of Bordeaux since 2006 and from 1995–2004
  Government Spokesperson from 1986–1988
  Minister of the Budget from 1986–1988
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet(42) Member of the National Assembly for Essonne's 4th constituency since 2012 and from 2002–2007
  Mayor of Longjumeau from 2008–2013
  Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing from 2010–2012
Bruno Le Maire (46) Member of the French National Assembly for Eure since 2012
  French Minister of Agriculture from 2009–2012
Jean-Frédéric Poisson (52) President of the Christian Democratic Party since 2013
  Member of the National Assembly for Yvelines since 2012
Nicolas Sarkozy (61) President of France from 2007–2012
  Co-Princes of Andorra from 2007–2012
  Minister of the Interior from 2005–2007
  Minister of Finance from March 2004–November 2004
  Mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine from 1983-2002
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