La Republique en Marche would win overwhelmingly on Sunday in the second round of Legislative parliamentary elections, according to two polls by Harris Interactive-and-Orpi OpinionWay, published on Thursday.
Harris Interactive Poll-Careers
The formation of Emmanuel Macron party, would win between 440 and 470 seats of the 577 in the National Assembly, Republicans allies IDUs from 60 to 80 seats, the Socialist Party and its allies from 22 to 35, according to the latest projections by the institute.
La France insoumise and the PCF would get 14 to 25 seats, the Front National between 1 and 6. 3 to 7 seats would come back to other candidates.
30% of respondents said that they hoped that the Republique en Marche alone has the absolute majority in the National Assembly, 18% that it has a majority, and allied with the center-left, that 18% it has a majority, and allied with the center-right, 34% that it does not have a majority, according to the survey conducted for LCP-Assemblée nationale.
Survey conducted online from June 13 to 15 with 914 people registered on the electoral lists, extracted from a sample of 1022 people aged 18 years and over, by the quota method. margin of error of 1.4 to 3.1 points.
Voting intentions are not a profit forecast. They give an indication of power relations and dynamics in the day of conducting the survey.
Opinion Way survey-Orpi
According to the latest projections from a poll by OpinionWay-Orpi for Les Echos and Radio Classique released this Thursday 15th June, between 440 and 470 deputies for La Republique en Marche could be elected on Sunday in the second round of legislative elections. With such a number of elected officials, it is like saying that the other parties will be there for the decor. If Republicans and UDI can still hope to retain between 70 and 90 seats, the other political parties will only just barely receive any.
Thus, according to OpinionWay the PS and its allies would count as 20 to 30 deputies, La France insoumise and PCF 5 to 15, the FN between 1 and 5 and would remain 3 to 10 seats for other political parties/independants.
This survey was conducted online from June 13th to 15th, with a sample of 2901 people registered on the electoral lists, from a representative sample of 2973 people.
Voting intentions are not a profit forecast. They give an indication of power relations and dynamics in the day of completion of the survey .