Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen would still be in the lead if the presidential election took place on Sunday, while the putative candidate Eric Zemmour suffered a slight decline, according to an Ifop poll for the Journal du Dimanche and Sud Radio published on Sunday.
The outgoing president would collect 25% (stable) in the first round against LR candidates Xavier Bertrand, Michel Barnier or Valérie Pécresse, but 28% against Éric Ciotti or Philippe Juvin.
LR members will vote to choose one of the five nomination contestants at a congress scheduled for December 1-4.
In all these cases, the candidate of RN Marine Le Pen is stable, between 19 and 20%, or three points more than at the beginning of the month, while Eric Zemmour, at 14 or 15% depending on the case, loses two to three points.
Among the possible right-wing candidates, Xavier Bertrand would collect 13% (stable), Michel Barnier or Valérie Pécresse 10%.
Eric Ciotti is credited with 6% and Philippe Juvin with 3%.
On the left, Anne Hidalgo remains at 6% in most configurations and Jean-Luc Mélenchon oscillates between 7.5 and 8.5%, one point ahead of Yannick Jadot who is between 6.5% and 7.5%.
In the event of the Marrons-Le Pen second round, the current president is credited with 54% against 46% for the far-right candidate.
It loses two points compared to the beginning of the least (56% against 44%).
Voting intentions do not constitute a forecast of the outcome of the ballot.
They give an indication of the balance of power and dynamics on the day of the survey.
Survey carried out on a sample of 1,351 people registered on the electoral rolls, taken from a sample of 1,510 people, representative of the French population aged 18 and over.