World Presidential 2022: 64% of left-wing supporters do not believe in the union of the left even if they are a majority to wish, according to our poll
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according to an Ipsos-Sopra Steria survey for Franceinfo and "Le Parisien- Today in France "published on Friday, two-thirds of the sympathizers of the left still wish a union of their camp for the first round of the presidential election.
More than seven out of ten (72%) think that the different sensitivities of the left will not be able to meet behind a commonthe presidential election of 2022 "Left voters are realistic and lucid enough on the situation", Analysis Matthew Gallard, Research Director at Ipsos. "They see that there is a reduced space from the left today in the voting intentions, up to 30% and, at the same time, there are seven candidates labeled left." Among these seven candidates, Anne Hidalgo is struggling to win. She is considered
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In the event that there is a common application, 26% of the sympathizers do not preferably display for a candidate, "provided they unite". Among those who make a choice, 25% want the Insush Jean-Luc Mélenchon bears the banner of the Union, 15% support the Socialist Anne Hidalgo and 14% grow for a common candidature embodied by the ecologist Yannick Jadot.
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Jean-Luc Mélenchon appears, however, as the least candidate who is able to build alliances with his competitors. Thus, a majority of French judges that he has "incompatible differences" with Anne Hidalgo (62%), Arnaud Montebourg (58%) and Yannick Jadot (57%). On the other hand, 70% French think that Anne Hidalgo and Yannick Jadot have "differences, but are not incompatible" or "not so many differences as that".
"The problem, well understood by the voters on the left, it is that the union is difficult for both programmatic issues but also for personalities", add Matthieu Gallard. The people surveyed "know that a rapprochement is today difficult, even for parties considered close, such as the socialist part and Europe Ecology - the Greens. In addition, we can not imagine that Jean-Luc Mélenchon falls behind behind Anne Hidalgo or vice versa, given inconsistent proposals. "
* Ipsos-Sopra Steria survey for FranceInfo and the Parisian / Today in France, realized on the Internet on 21 and 22 October 2021, on a sample of 993 people representative of the French population aged 18 and over.
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