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French presidential election Second round 2017 Results Live

French Second round presidential election Date : 7th May 2017

The first round of the 2017 French presidential election was held on 23 April 2017. As no candidate won a majority, a run-off election between the top two candidates, Emmanuel Macron of En Marche! and Marine Le Pen of the National Front (FN), will be held on 7 May 2017. Incumbent president François Hollande of the Socialist Party (PS) was eligible to run for a second term, but declared on 1 December 2016 that he would not seek reelection in light of low approval ratings, making him the first incumbent president of the Fifth Republic not to seek re-election. This is also the first French presidential election in which nominees of both the main centre-left and centre-right parties were selected through open primaries. The presidential election will be followed by a legislative election to elect members of the National Assembly on 11 and 18 June.

French Presidential Election Exit Polls 2017 by 8 PM

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French Presidential Election Voting Live Details 2017

French First Round Election Results 2017 with Vote % – Macron and Le pen in Second Round

French presidential election Second Round Results Live 2017

Candidate Party   2nd round  
      Votes  %
Emmanuel Macron En Marche! EM 20703694 66.06%
Marine Le Pen National Front FN 10637120 33.94%


  1. French state TV estimates: Macron 65.1%, Le Pen 35.9%
  2. Results will soon be announced by French Media which is very consistent in terms of accuracy and the final results may only vary by a percentage or two.
  3. Turnout projections are expected to be around 74% which is lowest since 1969
  4. Average of Exit Polls Indicates Macron Winning 64% and Le pen getting 36% votes.
  5. A first estimate of the results will be published around 8pm.
  6. If elected, Macron, 39, would be the youngest president of France's Fifth Republic. Marine Le Pen, 48, would be the first female president.
  7. A total of 47.58 million people are registered to vote. The country’s 66,546 polling stations will open at 8 am (0600 GMT) and most will close at 7 pm, while those in Paris and other big cities will remain open an hour longer.
  8. The first estimated results could come as early as 7:45 pm (1745 GMT).  The new president will take over from Socialist Francois Hollande and is expected to be sworn in by May 14.
  9. According to latest opinion poll Macron is well ahead of Le pen in second round at 62% and Le pen at 38% on average if we see average of all opinion polls.


French Second round presidential election Opinion Poll 2017


Polls Date Sample Size Absentee Macron EM Marine Le Pen










23–24 Apr 2017 1461 61.00% 39.00%
Ipsos 23-Apr 1379 32.00% 62.00% 38.00%
Harris 23-Apr 2684 64.00% 36.00%



French first round presidential election Results 2017

Candidate Party   1st round  
      Votes  %
Emmanuel Macron En Marche! EM 8528585 23.86%
Marine Le Pen National Front FN 7658990 21.43%
François Fillon The Republicans LR 7126632 19.94%
Jean-Luc Mélenchon La France insoumise FI 7011856 19.62%
Benoît Hamon Socialist Party PS 2268838 6.35%
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan Debout la France DLF 1689686 4.73%
Jean Lassalle Résistons !   433996 1.21%
Philippe Poutou New Anticapitalist Party NPA 392454 1.10%
François Asselineau Popular Republican Union UPR 329951 0.92%
Nathalie Arthaud Lutte Ouvrière LO 231660 0.65%
Jacques Cheminade Solidarity and Progress S&P 65076 0.18%
Total     35737724  

French first round presidential election Dates 2017 Voting Live

  1. Mélencho, Macron, Fillon and Le Pen anyone can be a winner in first round since all are quite close.
  2. Economist who predicted Trump win in US election has predicted win for Marine Le Pen in France.
  3. Donald Trump is backing Marine Le Pen as French voters prepare to go to the polls.
  4. Sunday Polls open in mainland France. From 7pm would close and Counting would begin
  5. First Round will take place on 23rd April 2017. Voting would start morning 7 am across france to elect its president.
  6. 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
    (since 2008)
    Deputy for Essonne
    (since 1997)
    Mayor of Yerres
    (since 1995)
Marine Le Pen (48) National Front (FN) President of the National Front
    (since 2011)
    MEP for North-West France
    (since 2004)
Emmanuel Macron (39) En Marche! (EM!) President of En Marche!
    (since 2016)
    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
    (since 2008)
Philippe Poutou (50) New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) Spokesperson of the New Anticapitalist Party
    (since 2009)
Jacques Cheminade (75) Solidarity and Progress (S&P) President of Solidarity and Progress
    (since 1996)
Jean Lassalle (61) Résistons ! Deputy for the Pyrénées-Atlantiques
    (since 2002)
    Mayor of Lourdios-Ichère
    (since 1977)
Jean-Luc Mélenchon (65) Unsubmissive France (FI) MEP for South-West France
    (since 2009)
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
    (since 2007)
François Fillon (63) The Republicans (LR) Deputy for Paris
    (since 2012)
    Prime Minister


French Presidential Election Details 2017

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French Presidential Election Opinion poll for first round of voting 2017

Poll source
Fieldwork date Sample Abstention/ Mélenchon Macron Fillon Le Pen
        FI EM LR FN
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%

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