The popularity ofEmmanuel Macron fall from 4 points to 43% good opinions while that ofÉdouard Philippe earns two points at 47%, according to a BVA poll released Wednesday for Orange, RTL and The gallery.
With 43% of good opinions, the Head of State is getting closer to his worst score of October 2017 (42%). A majority of 53% of respondents said they had a bad opinion of the President, according to this survey. A study published by Odoxa for the regional press, France Inter and The Express February 27, also reported a decline in the popularity of Emmanuel Macron (-6) but also for Édouard Philippe (-7).
The people surveyed are very divided with regard to the Prime Minister: 47% have a good opinion (+2) against 48% (stable), who have a bad opinion.
Nicolas Hulot (36%, -3), Alain Juppé (34%, +1), Jean-Yves Le Drian (34%, +5) are at the top of the personalities whose French want them to have more influence. They beat Xavier Bertrand (33%, -2), Jean-Michel Blanquer (30%, +3), Marion Marechal-Le Pen (30%, +1) and François Baroin (29%, -1).
Survey conducted on February 26 and 27 by telephone and internet with a sample of 1,019 people representative of the French population aged 18 and over (quota method).