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Poll: Emmanuel Macron's action never hit the French



DISAGREE – According to a study by Opinionway published on Saturday, April 20, the policy of the President of the Republic has reached rejection protocols. A dissatisfaction that also affects its prime minister and the rest of the government

was 27% satisfied with the action Emmanuel Macron. This is revealed in an Opinionway poll on Saturday, April 20, the day of the 23rd day of Western Yellow Mobilization. A record minimum since the beginning of the five-year term of the President of the Republic, five points less than in March.

More precisely, only 5% of respondents in France are very satisfied with the action of Emmanuel Macron. While 20% of respondents are dissatisfied and 40% are dissatisfied with the head of state, who are not benefiting from the demands for a national mobilization for the rebuilding of Notre-Dame-de-Paris seriously affected by a fire, Monday, April 1

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Christophe Castaner takes his place

A dissatisfaction that is not surprisingly found in respondents' recent political decisions. Thus, Jean-Luc Mélenchon's voters are only 15% satisfied with the President's action, while those who have voted Marine Le Pen are only 6%. That Emmanuel Macron seduced on the right side, 39% of the voters of Francois Fillon, to be satisfied with his policy.

The dissatisfaction is not limited to the doors of the Elysée and goes to those of Matignon on Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has only a satisfaction rate of 29%. This is again a historic low since 2017. A dissatisfaction that extends to all members of the government, notably Christophe Castaner. Even the Home Secretary, at the forefront of the administration of the Yellow West, fell by five points to 27%. Minister Florence Parly, who was tackled by media coverage of the use of French weapons by Saudi Arabia in Yemen, lost 6 points to 38%.

This "political action barometer" was conducted online on 17 and 18 April with a sample of 1,057 people representative of the French population aged 18+ (quota method) to 3 points


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