SURVEY: The scores of the President and his Prime Minister are the same …
Seven weeks after the Presidential election in France, Emmanuel Macron is still riding high. Sixty-four percent of the French are satisfied with the new head of state (+ 2% compared to May 2017) and Edouard Philippe, the Prime Minister (+ 9%), according to an Ifop poll for the Journal du Dimanche .
For President Macron, 54% of respondents say they are “somewhat satisfied (50% in May) and 10% are” very satisfied “(12% in May). In 35% dissatisfied, 23% are “somewhat dissatisfied” (3%) and 12% are “very dissatisfied” (1%). One percent of respondents were undecided against 7% last month.
For the Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, 59% of those surveyed show “somewhat satisfied” (50% a month earlier) and 5% are “very satisfied” (=). Among dissatisfied, 24% say they are “somewhat dissatisfied (6%) and 8%” very dissatisfied “(2%). 4% of respondents are undecided while they were 21% in May.
This survey was conducted by Ifop on a sample of 1,883 people representative of the French population aged 18 and older, according to the method of quotas from 14 to 24 June 2017 by self-administered online questionnaire and by phone.