French presidential election Opinion Poll 2017 Predictions Odds Le Pen Macron
French presidential election Opinion Poll 2017 Predictions Odds Results Voting Live
French presidential election Opinion Poll 2017 (Élection présidentielle française Vote d'opinion 2017)
According to latest French Presidential Election opinion poll 2017 Le pen and Macron have a close fight with Le pen at 23% and Macron at 24% if we see average of all opinion polls.
French Presidential Election First Round Countdown started 4 more days left.
French presidential election Dates 2017 would be held on 23rd April 2017 and if the results are not absolute majority then run-off between top 2 wud be held on 7 May 2017. The Opinion Poll Results are showing Francois Fillon winning, the Presidential Candidates have been announced by Parties and Voting Primary Live for Socialist will take place on 22 January 2017.
French Presidential Election Opinion poll for first round of voting 2017 (Élection présidentielle française Vote d'opinion 2017)
|Fieldwork date||Sample||Abstention/||Mélenchon||Macron||Fillon||Le Pen|
|Ifop-Fiducial||7–11 Apr 2017||2806||32.00%||18.50%||23.00%||19.00%||24.00%|
|Elabe||9–10 Apr 2017||1002||37.00%||17.00%||23.00%||19.00%||23.00%|
|OpinionWay||8–10 Apr 2017||1498||–||18.00%||23.00%||19.00%||24.00%|
|Ifop-Fiducial||6–10 Apr 2017||2616||33.00%||18.00%||23.00%||18.50%||24.00%|
|Ipsos||7–9 Apr 2017||1002||34.00%||18.50%||24.00%||18.00%||24.00%|
French first round presidential election Dates 2017 Voting Live
- First Round will take place on 23rd April 2017. Voting would start morning 7 am across france to elect its president.
- According to latest opinion poll Le pen and Macron have a close fight with Le pen at 23% and Macron at 24% if we see average of all opinion polls.
French presidential Election Candidates 2017
On 18 March 2017, the Constitutional Council published the names of the 11 candidates who received 500 valid sponsorships, with the order of the list determined by drawing lots.
Candidate (name and age)
|Political Party||Political offices|
|Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (56)||Debout la France (DLF)||President of Debout la France|
|Deputy for Essonne|
|Mayor of Yerres|
|Marine Le Pen (48)||National Front (FN)||President of the National Front|
|MEP for North-West France|
|Emmanuel Macron (39)||En Marche! (EM!)||President of En Marche!|
|Minister of the Economy, Industry, and Digital Affairs|
|Benoît Hamon (49)||Socialist Party (PS)||Deputy for Yvelines|
|(2012 and since 2014)|
Other offices [show]
Minister of National Education, Higher Education and Research in 2014
|Deputy Minister of the Economy and Finance responsible for Consumer Affairs and the Social and Solidarity Economy from 2012 to 2014|
|Deputy Minister of the Economy, Finance, and Foreign Trade responsible for the Social and Solidarity Economy in 2012|
|MEP for East France from 2004 to 2009|
|Nathalie Arthaud (47)||Lutte Ouvrière (LO)||Spokesperson of Lutte Ouvrière|
|Philippe Poutou (50)||New Anticapitalist Party (NPA)||Spokesperson of the New Anticapitalist Party|
|Jacques Cheminade (75)||Solidarity and Progress (S&P)||President of Solidarity and Progress|
|Jean Lassalle (61)||Résistons !||Deputy for the Pyrénées-Atlantiques|
|Mayor of Lourdios-Ichère|
|Jean-Luc Mélenchon (65)||Unsubmissive France (FI)||MEP for South-West France|
Other offices [show]
President, then co-president of the Left Party from 2009 to 2014
|Senator for Essonne from 1986 to 2000 and from 2004 to 2010|
|Deputy Minister of Vocational Education from 2000 to 2002|
|François Asselineau (59)||Popular Republican Union (UPR)||President of the UPR|
|François Fillon (63)||The Republicans (LR)||Deputy for Paris|
French Presidential Election Details 2017
- List of French Presidents
- List of French Prime Ministers
- List of French Cabinet Ministers
- French presidential election Result 2012
- French presidential election Result 2007
The Conservatives (Republicans) Party French presidential primary 2017
Second Round: November 27 2016.
- Francois Fillon wins Presidential Nomination from Conservatives party with 66.5% votes.