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None of the candidates have the average to exercise the presidential function, according to a poll


None of the presidential candidates obtains the average when the French are asked to evaluate their "capacity to exercise the function...

None of the presidential candidates obtains the average when the French are asked to evaluate their "

ability to exercise the presidential function

", Emmanuel Macron getting away with it the least badly with an average score of 8.3 out of 20, according to an Ifop poll.

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In this survey carried out for the information site, the respondents are harsh with all the candidates, since behind the President of the Republic, Valérie Pécresse (LR) obtains an average score of 7.6 and Marine Le Pen ( NR) 7.3. Next come Jean-Luc Mélenchon (5.7), Yannick Jadot (5.2), Eric Zemmour (5.1), Christiane Taubira (5.0), Arnaud Montebourg (4.8), Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (4 ,7), Anne Hidalgo (4.6) and Fabien Roussel (4.2).

The French consider quite widely that the political personnel who present themselves to them at the start of the campaign are barely fit to exercise the function, or even are very far from

it”, analyzes the head of the sponsoring media Nicolas Prissette.

A sign of partisan disaffiliation, few personalities get a good rating from their own supporters.

Only Emmanuel Macron (average score of 15.4), Jean-Luc Mélenchon (14.9) and Marine Le Pen (16.5) seem to be perceived with a certain benevolence by their voters.

Valérie Pécresse (12.4) and Yannick Jadot (11.5) are observed with hindsight by the sympathizers of their parties

”, also points out Nicolas Prissette.

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If we calculate this time the median score (half of respondents give a higher score, the other half a lower score), the picture is a little different. We obtain the same median score of 8 for Emmanuel Macron and Valérie Pécresse, far ahead of Marine Le Pen (5), then Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Yannick Jadot (4), and then Anne Hidalgo and Arnaud Montebourg (3). Eric Zemmour takes last place in this method of calculation (with Fabien Roussel, Christiane Taubira and Nicolas Dupont-Aignan) with a median score of 2. The scoring system gives a bonus to personalities who have experience and longevity in politics and tends to favor consensual candidates and penalize those who are deemed too divisive.

Survey carried out by internet from January 11 to 13, with a sample of 1,200 people representative of residents of mainland France aged 18 and over, according to the quota method.

Margin of error between 1.4 and 3.1 percentage points.

Source: lefigaro

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