Nearly three weeks after the start of the "yellow vests" movement, the popularity of the president and his prime minister drops below 20%.

The popularity rating of Emmanuel Macron down 3 points to 18% in one month and that of Édouard Philippe fall from 6 to 21%, to reach their lowest level since taking office, according to a survey YouGov broadcast Thursday, while the government is facing a protest movement unprecedented since the beginning of the five-year period.

The head of state has given up seven points in two months in this barometer and 76% (+7) of French respondents now make an "unfavorable" judgment on its action.

Three weeks after the beginning of the movement of "yellow vests" , he loses 6 points among center supporters and 5 among those on the right, according to this survey for CNews and The Huffpost .

The Prime Minister, who had previously avoided brutal falls, sees his image deteriorated with the worsening of the crisis. He loses 14 points to relatives of the right and 70% (+13) of the people questioned judge his action negatively.

Only 17% of respondents have a favorable opinion on the government

The executive couple leads the government in unpopularity, with only 17% (-3) favorable opinions on its action and 77% (+6) of contrary opinions.

The government team loses 11 points among right-wing sympathizers and wins 3 against those on the left. 73% (+5) of French respondents consider in particular that the executive has a "bad" management of the economy.

Survey conducted on November 28th and 29th with 1,006 people aged 18 and over, according to the quota method. Margin of error from 1.4 to 3.1 points.